The Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh

Reading John Lahr's lucid, eloquent, articulate, informative, revelatory, endearing, passionate, loving, measured, beautiful, literary biography of Tennessee Williams and am loving it, enjoying it, treasuring it, waiting for it night in and night again, or day in day out on the train, on a bench by the bay near my home looking out over to … Continue reading The Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh

A Story Once by Another Name, Now Just as Effective? [Flash Fiction]

  He says so much, writes so much . . . he forgets so much. Who is he? You ask again. I am he as well as I am I as well as I am we or you, the mirror appears again in recollection. How often do I refer to me as He? But what … Continue reading A Story Once by Another Name, Now Just as Effective? [Flash Fiction]