Category Archives: Culture

Social Media Part Three: The Final Chapter, Weapons of Mass Distraction

First of all, this has been wearing on me. Former facebook exec says, you are being programmed. Here’s that article. I took a couple of days off. I didn’t avoid social media completely, but I tried to. I posted a couple of links to my writing, to my books on Amazon. After a while I remembered this meme, “Weapons of

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Be Timeless

  “Trends come and go. What is “fashionable” is changeable. Having style, however, is always cool, and never goes out of fashion. Be classic. Be timeless.” ~ Teri Skultety   The new Pinterest page is something I’m having a lot of fun with, and that’s what so much of this was supposed to be, fun. It’s also true that if

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On This Valentines Day

  One of the most wonderful things within the many fine and good examples that Bruce Lee left us with, is his example of inclusiveness. Despite being met with prejudice throughout his life, he seemed to hold no such feelings in his own heart. He continuously broke with traditions. He fell in and love and married who he wanted to

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Gold Mine, These Are the Words I Managed to Save

During the fall months of 2008 and on into 2009, and on for a while, reality slipped away from me. Amid the avalanche of dissipating solidity descending into complete confusion and chaos of thought, I threw more than twenty years of writing, of work, into a cauldron of flames. Two file boxes of poems, stories, notes, one completed novel, and

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Fairy Wails

  Fairy Wails Where is this hero Who is so oft spoke of? Where it this mythological man, Who saves the day, Who mends the heart And lights the way? Where is the hero Who wasn’t fucked up by his mother? Who melts the bitterness of betrayal? Who elevates all men By the virtue of his stature, And the stature

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An Unraveled Hem, Joan Didion

I’ve kept some kind of a notebook, or journal, since junior high. Thankfully, the majority of them have gone the way of the wind. I suppose that’s a nice way of saying that I destroyed them at one time or another. I recall erasing every word one January, in some other life a million years ago in the year of

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Cheyenne Madonna, by Eddie Chuculate

     Eddie Chuculate’s descriptive prose reads like the view of the most brilliant landscape painting, the words providing a stark portrait in contrasts in some areas while melding into the delicacy required of a watercolor brush in others, whether the scenery be that of an actual landscape, the rolling countryside of Oklahoma, or simply the interior landscape of an adolescent

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