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The Manual of Detection

The Manual of Detection, Jedeiah Baker, Berry,Penguin Paperbacks,2009  “There is always an Agency, always a Carnival to belong to.  The problem is belonging for too long to either of them.”  The Manual of Detection, p 227  The night I finished … Continue reading

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Revision is Hell–Part I

The other night I had a dream that I was in an old inn that was being renovated. I was on the first floor. The place was draped with tarps, tangled with scaffolding. In between the sawdust, scaffolds and drapes … Continue reading

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Sea Thai Bistro

My friend Lillian met me in Montgomery Village yesterday. Our plan was to attend a book event at Copperfield’s. By “book event” I assumed some discussion, some signing, etc. When I got there early and read the store’s white-board, they … Continue reading

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