Notes on Reading

All good reading is re-reading. --something I used to say to my freshman composition classes when I was an adjunct with CUNY at several colleges   I am preparing a return to a nearly long delayed re-read of Sterne's Tristram Shandy. That is my current narrative prose fiction. I am also planning a return trek through … Continue reading Notes on Reading

A Few Opinions from the Life of Thomas Sarebbononnato [Short Fiction]

"In order to keep their sanity," Thomas said, "Russians from the Soviet Union had deep and serious discussions about serious and deep subjects. In order to save their lives, they orchestrated never reaching any serious conclusions," he said, he did, as you can read here, word-for-word, of course, everything herein is verbatim, no? You doubt … Continue reading A Few Opinions from the Life of Thomas Sarebbononnato [Short Fiction]