Monthly Archives: July 2021

The accelerating warming

I’m taking you to an early picture of Guy McPherson because the lecture he did seven years ago. I even did my first blog on the work of Guy McPherson as a result of this lecture. It linkS to a Youtube video of his lecture: One of the factoids that stuck with me was early […]

My plays and stuff

A producer suggested that I needed to make it easier to find my theater writing. Fair enough. I’ve attempted to market my work for the better part of 30 years, with mixed success. But that doesn’t change the fact that I’m a talented playwright and screenwriter. So here’s a list of the plays I’ve written […]

Thank you AGAIN Donald Trump

Roughly six years ago, I wrote a funny little article about Donald Trump, then just a presidential aspirant and rider of escalators. My suspicion was that Trump’s racist and fascist ways would be revelatory not for Trump, but for the rest of the GOP. I didn’t know at the time (apparently, neither did the Daily […]


Weird July 4 for me. Three things stick out in terms of the ‘celebratory’ mood this day is supposed to make me feel: Six hundred thousand fewer ‘Muricans around to celebrate from a year ago. Thank COVID19 and the Trump mismanagement for those who left us. Speaking of Herr Drumpf, we’re seven months from the […]