Monthly Archives: November 2010

Black Coffee

You can tell a lot about a man by the coffee he drinks. This week, a hard worn, motorcycle mechanic has been stopping-in for his daily Cup A Joe at a local coffee shop. You’re probably thinking black coffee with

Posted in Perspective

Leaving

When the leaves fall, so do I. My limbs let go in the wet night— Drifting Down: heavy with thoughts. Under the glare of the lights, Lining the streets, The slick roads become my mirror. But, all I see in

Posted in Perspective, Poetry

Dreams of Dunlap

If you are ever in Tennessee, you might consider visiting Sequatchie Valley, Tennessee, home of a renowned hang gliding club, historical sites related to the Trail of Tears, and more. To read these and other articles, visit Community Link

Posted in Professional Writing

Once Upon a Time

As a writer, I’m always looking for stories that challenge our notions of failure and success. This unfinished “fairy tale” attempts to capture a family’s journey in the face of adversity. This is by no means a traditional family picture

Posted in Uncategorized