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Hallelujah Revisited

I remember vividly the first time I heard Leonard Cohen. It was in my room at Squatemala, an anarchist compound of Victorian mansions and carriage houses built by long-dead lumber barons. Over the decades, it had gone feral with broken … Continue reading

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Hundred Highways Tour #48, 49: M-13, M-84 to Bemo’s Bar

No tour would be complete without a visit to my birthplace of Bay City, Michigan, and a reading at Bemo’s, my favorite Bay City bar (now that the Old Bar is long gone). The show was fantastic thanks in large … Continue reading

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Hundred Highways Tour #8: MT Highway 3 to the High Plains BookFest

The High Plains BookFest and the High Plains Book Awards presented by the Writer’s Voice and the Billings Public Library are a great reminder of the importance of community in the literary arts. Writers spend so much of their time … Continue reading

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