Blog Posts

A Review of Bethany C Morrow’s Speculative Novel, “Mem”

Yeah. Mem is that kind of book. A brilliant beginning gives way to a tale with such limited impact, and which is (sadly) flawed in such an obvious way, that the brilliance of the beginning is ultimately obscured. This is an awful shame, not only because the author, Bethany C. Morrow, is incredibly talented, but because the idea at the center of Mem is wonderful as well.

The Beatles Through Headphones: An Interview with Ted Montgomery

Nearly a half-century after The Beatles broke up, the world is still talking about their music. But after four decades of commentary, is there anything substantive left to say about the inimitable work of the Fab Four? Former USA Today columnist and author Ted Montgomery believes that there is. His book, The Beatles Through Headphones: …

The Beatles Through Headphones: An Interview with Ted Montgomery Read More »

Christmas Time in New York (As Seen Through a Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 ED VR II Lens)

There’s nothing quite like Christmas time in New York City. The traditions, the traffic, and the constant stream of tourists are equally enervating and maddening, particularly for anyone who has a camera in his or her hands. Nonetheless, one weekday in mid-December when I happened to have a Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 ED VRII zoom lens …

Christmas Time in New York (As Seen Through a Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 ED VR II Lens) Read More »