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UFOs in Wartime Unfolds Long History of Strange Encounters

Was a UFO the “shining silver shield” seen in the air by Alexander the Great’s army? (Image by Stefan Keller from Pixabay) Since the beginning of history, mankind has engaged in countless wars. In our own brief existence, America has […]

UFOs in Wartime: fantasy art: Image by Stefan Keller from Pixabay

UFOs in Wartime Unfolds Long History of Strange Encounters

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Was a UFO the “shining silver shield” seen in the air by Alexander the Great’s army? (Image by Stefan Keller from Pixabay) Since the beginning of history, mankind has engaged in countless wars. In our own brief existence, America has […]

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Deadman's Curve_Jan Berry—artist, songwriter, and record producer signed to Screen Gems-Columbia Music—working in the studio, early April 1966. Credit: Courtesy Dean Torrence.

Dead Man’s Curve: Bio Clocks High-Octane Life of Jan Berry

Singer, songwriter and producer Jan Berry at work in the studio circa 1966 (credit Dean O. Torrence) Well, the last thing I remember doc, I started to swerve, And then I

From a Feminist Mansplainer: How Sex Negativity is Endangering Girls’ Equality and Diversity

Image by Markus Winkler from Pixabay  The Mansplainer Disclaimer I hate having to put these in my articles and often don’t because if one reads close enough, I never justify or

Hannah Dukkha Nirvana: The Second Book of Trinity, Set 1, #3

Photo purchased from Ironica/Shutterstock.com Author's Note: This chapter is a continuation of the story that is being written in three books (trinities).  You can read the entire serial novel here.

Chocolate as a means of murder? (Image by aleksandra85foto from Pixabay)

Death by Chocolate

Chocolate as a means of murder? (Image by aleksandra85foto from Pixabay ) Death by Chocolate A man wants my take on his novel where a wife dies with a peanut in her

Writing Brother

Image by Annie Spratt from Pixabay It was you and I, Then; That summer I took $100 And bought a Sears electric typewriter, A brother in disguise, and You, a manual one; it was a Brother, too.   Oh,

Halloween 382 Miles Away

Image by Andreas Lischka from Pixabay I drove back 382 miles and 39 years To what’s no longer a home. Searching for something.   I killed him years ago, But, we have unfinished business. The shovel is so

Reflections from the Brig: Kids Are Not Meant to Be Puzzles

Image by Dariusz Sankowski from Pixabay “Is that one over there peeking out?” I say, waving to a gunner. The dirt just under the toenail smiles at me. Or is

Brooklyn 2020

Derelict housing on 8th Street, Brooklyn (Photo by Jeremiah Hannon) If you need to get some cutlery sharpened, go down to the Grinding Company of America, across the Vietnam Veterans

Edgar Allan Poe’s Warnings Against Slavery

Image by WikiImages from Pixabay ‘The utter impossibility of any one’s soul feeling itself inferior to another’ Six years ago I wrote an essay about Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) and his

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