Sex, Torture, and Montaigne

Sex, Torture, and Montaigne

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As I skim through my various posts this year, I've noticed a pattern: a fascination with literary evidence ...

A Review and Interview in Kings River Life Magazine

A Review and Interview in Kings River Life Magazine

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I had a delightful "sit down" interview via the Internet with Cynthia Chow for Kings River Life ...

Two More Wise Men on Immortality

Two More Wise Men on Immortality

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Following up on my last post on immortality, I wanted to share some deep thoughts on ...

Woody Allen, the Bard, and Immortality

Woody Allen, the Bard, and Immortality

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

The Literate Kitty Review

The Literate Kitty Review

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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”

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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 ...