Woody Allen, the Bard, and Immortality

Woody Allen, the Bard, and Immortality

Woody Allen was once asked whether he hoped to achieve immortality through his movies or his ...

The Literate Kitty Review

The Literate Kitty Review

A humble thank you and a heartfelt meow to The Literate Kitty blog for your kind ...

My Q & A Session: St. Louis Magazine

My Q & A Session: St. Louis Magazine

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On the eve of publication of my new novel, The Flinch Factor, I sat down for ...

“If Music Be the Food of Love, Play On”

“If Music Be the Food of Love, Play On”

Under a beautiful night sky in the Shakespeare Glen in Forest Park, Margi and I enjoyed ...

Mysteries and the Unreliable Narrator

Mysteries and the Unreliable Narrator

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As a trial lawyer by day and an author by night, I don't find the "unreliable ...

The Rashomon Effect and the Unreliable Narrator

The Rashomon Effect and the Unreliable Narrator

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In my recent musings on unreliable narrators in literature and the law, I kept coming across ...

The Unreliable Narrator and the Law

The Unreliable Narrator and the Law

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Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, let us now consider the unreliable narrator. Within the field of ...

Don’t Pun Me, Bro

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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch recently published a piece on Fred Firestone, a friend and St. Louis businessman who travels to ...

Nine Mysteries for Literary Snobs: A Compendium

Nine Mysteries for Literary Snobs: A Compendium

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A while back, I did a post on the Poisoned Pen Press blog about the challenge of convincing literary ...

Sex, Metafiction, and Ecclesiastes

Sex, Metafiction, and Ecclesiastes

Yes, I know. A curious title. Bear with me. First, the sex. Many years ago, I read ...