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Can Novel Newbies Learn Anything From Elite Athletes?

Tweet This post starts out at the NY Times article by Gina Kolata entitled “Training Insights From Star Athletes” of January 14, 2013.  http://nyti.ms/UNpDPE  Here’s how Gina begins: Of course elite athletes are natually gifted .  And of course they train hard and may have a phalanx of support staff – coaches, nutritionists, psychologists. But they often have something else that […]

Everything Old is Newagen: Historic Southport Inn

Tweet Southport is an island in the Boothbay region of Midcoast, Maine.  It is where I live.  The Newagen Inn is at the furthest tip of the island which has been known as Newagen  (say New Wagon)  since the earliest days when it was a fishing station in 1623.  Here is an article in the […]

Football and Falling in Love Fr Blogger’s Twitter Pal Daily Jan 10

Tweet   From my daily copy of Paper.li , I choose four articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers. These followers have either created the articles or they have chosen them from their perusal of the internet. In any case, what results […]

Rescue of a Pilot & Creative Architecture Fr Blogger’s Twitter Pal Daily Jan 5

Tweet From my daily copy of Paper.li , I choose four articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers. These followers have either created the articles or they have chosen them from their perusal of the internet. In any case, what results is […]

Annual Penguin Plunge 2014 – Life in the Boothbay Region, Maine

Tweet Every year on New Years Day there is a Penguin Plunge into the frigid ocean in the Boothbay Region of Maine.   It’s a fun event to raise money.  All of the events and happenings in the Boothbay Region are covered by the local Public Access TV Channel BRCTV.  Click on the link to go […]

Writer’s Platform & Achaeology Fr Larry’s Twitter Pal Daily Dec 24

Tweet From my daily copy of Paper.li , I choose four articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers. These followers have either created the articles or they have chosen them from their perusal of the internet. In any case, what results is […]

Interview of Harlan Baker, Actor, Director and Playwright

Tweet I’m pleased to have Harlan Baker as the subject for this interview.  Harlan is an adjunct professor in the Theatre department at the University of Southern Maine, an actor, a former member of the Maine legislature, a union activist, and democratic socialist. He  studied theater at Emerson College and graduated in 1969, and has […]

High Tide on Blizzard Day

Tweet   This is a YouTube video of the Blizzard that hit the East Coast on Feb 9, 2013.  The footage is the high tide surf out in front of our home at Cape Newagen, Maine. http://youtu.be/7Fw7ITC1jd0 Did you enjoy this article? Subscribe to my blog and you’ll never miss my periodic posts! Just enter your […]

List of Play Selections Announced – Not My Year

Tweet The Maine Playwrights Festival selections have been announced.  I entered a short play, but it did not make the list.  Disappointed?  Sure. But, best of luck to the playwrights who made the list.  Here is the list of selectees: http://www.acorn-productions.org/pages/Playtitles.html

I managed to get in under the submission deadline, but is the play any good?

Tweet   The Deadline for Submitting a Play for the Maine Playwrights Festival has Come and Gone. I was so preoccupied with social media activities that it creeped up on me before I knew it.  When I finally woke up, I had about ten days to come up with something to submit. Who says I […]

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