Monthly Archives: December 2010

Year’s End (A Prologue)

Year’s End (A Prologue) © 2001 by philip scott wikel Setting out on the prowl now at “god-speeded” annum’s end in the darkness and cold of 4am and my slightly shaken converted garage settling in the sand of time when … Continue reading

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A Child’s Christmas in New England

Hi Folks, I hope this post finds you and yours well and celebrating the season in whichever way your tradition dictates. Whether its Kwanzaa or Hanukkah, Solstice or Sadeh, Christmas or Pancha Ganapti, I wish you all the best. Following … Continue reading

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Here We Are Now, chapter 11

Hi Folks, I still haven’t written chapter nine but here’s chapter 11. Nine’s going to take a while and some real focus and energy. It has to be right as, like I said before, it’s the turning point of the … Continue reading

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“Scott Aichner, roll film” all-time greatest blog post

I’m curious as to why the Scott Aichner interview, ever since it’s posting, has been the overall most visited post on my blog. While Scott is a great guy, my article about him is, in my estimation, only so-so. Why, … Continue reading

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Latest Review of Ticket to Ride

This book is interesting and important in many of its qualities… Read the rest: Ticket to Ride review

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Photography

Hi All, I’ve been spending a lot of time with my camera of late so, instead of posting a new chapter of Here We Are Now, I’m posting a link to my photo album. I hope you’ll find something here … Continue reading

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Skipping chapter 9, Here’s Chapter 10

Chapter 9 Zooropa (How U2’s Fall from Grace was indicative of a problem in the larger picture) (To be written) Chapter 10 “Where have you gone Joe Dimaggio, a nation turns its lonely eyes to you.” – Simon & Garfunkel … Continue reading

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