Category: readings & writings

Announcements about readings and presentations. Thoughts on writing and blogging.

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#NPM17: Sylvia Plath

When I wasa BOY POET in high school I was in love with Sylvia Plath. I didn’t know at the… read more #NPM17: Sylvia Plath

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Coupon Audit Top 100 Book Blogs (I’m #93)

An infographic by the team at CouponAudit

Posted in education & schooling fatherhood K2Twelve readings & writings

My Father, My Teacher?

There was an interesting discussion on NPR’s Tell Me More about fathers getting involved in their children’s education. I didn’t… read more My Father, My Teacher?

Posted in life & career music readings & writings

Every Sha La La La

Sometimes when I sit down to write, I open my Web browser intending to find the source of a quote… read more Every Sha La La La

Posted in life & career readings & writings Technology & Web 2.0

Blog Out

Sometimes it is not a matter of what is said (or being the first to say it) but a matter… read more Blog Out

Posted in celebrations & superstitions readings & writings

The Speech I Wanted to Give (2nd time around)

  Last year I was given the opportunity to address an audience of fourth through twelfth graders at an awards… read more The Speech I Wanted to Give (2nd time around)

Posted in readings & writings Technology & Web 2.0

Go thou across the ground…

“Bloggers are not writers,” Rebecca states in reaction to Jaron’s assertion, “blogging is not writing.” But his words are taken… read more Go thou across the ground…

Posted in readings & writings Technology & Web 2.0

The Speech I Wanted to Give

[This is the speech I wanted to give to a group of grade 4 – 12 students but didn’t because… read more The Speech I Wanted to Give

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Seeing Sulu

I finally got around to editing the video my wife shot at the reading I was a part of in… read more Seeing Sulu

Posted in books life & career readings & writings

Hey, Guess What I’m Doing January 20th?

I’m going to be reading with friends I lost touch with almost a decade ago.