My Poetic Nemesis

My Poetic Nemesis

April is the cruelest month, wrote T.S. Eliot, and as a poet he knew whereof he spake. (Archaic past tense provided at no extra cost.)  […]

JUST IN: Trump calls Kim Jong Un “very honorable“

JUST IN: Trump calls Kim Jong Un “very honorable“

JUST IN: Trump calls Kim Jong Un “very honorable” … and also especially loved side B of his album.

Brian Kiley Shares Comedy Insights, Writers’ Room Wisdom, and Novel News

Brian Kiley Shares Comedy Insights, Writers’ Room Wisdom, and Novel News

Emmy Award-winning writer Brian Kiley has a hilarious résumé that showcases decades of comedy talent. Now, with his new novel The Astounding Misadventures of Rory […]

The Secrets of a Happy Marriage?

The Secrets of a Happy Marriage?

I was listening to the 60s channel on Sirius while driving today and they were honoring the institution of marriage. It seems that psychologists are […]

Excerpt from Animal Dances — the historical fiction novel by Jim Saunders

Excerpt from Animal Dances — the historical fiction novel by Jim Saunders

We are so pleased to excerpt Chapter 7 from ANIMAL DANCES by Jim Saunders. This is Jim’s first novel and it is creating quite a buzz. By […]

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My Poetic Nemesis

April 25, 2018
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April is the cruelest month, wrote T.S. Eliot, and as a poet he knew whereof he spake. (Archaic past tense provided at no extra cost.)  […]

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There’s just not enough hours in the day for this…

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Brian Kiley Shares Comedy Insights, Writers’ Room Wisdom, and Novel News

April 24, 2018
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Emmy Award-winning writer Brian Kiley has a hilarious résumé that showcases decades of comedy talent. Now, with his new novel The Astounding Misadventures of Rory […]

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The Secrets of a Happy Marriage?

April 24, 2018
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I was listening to the 60s channel on Sirius while driving today and they were honoring the institution of marriage. It seems that psychologists are […]

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Excerpt from Animal Dances — the historical fiction novel by Jim Saunders

April 24, 2018
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We are so pleased to excerpt Chapter 7 from ANIMAL DANCES by Jim Saunders. This is Jim’s first novel and it is creating quite a buzz. By […]

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Do not drink more…

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Jason Momoa looks looks he should be bodyguard to his bodyguards…

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Poetry and humor give me strength to survive April

April 21, 2018
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April is National Poetry Month, but did you know it is National Humor Month, too? When I think of poetry and humor, it summons an […]

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Happy Birthday, George Takei, You Heavenly Body, You

April 20, 2018
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  Happy Birthday, George Takei, You Heavenly Body, You Here’s wishing an out of this world 81st birthday to actor and nerd god George Takei. […]

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Spring things (for runners)

April 20, 2018
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Ah, spring. It is the best of times; it is the worst of times (with apologies to Charles Dickens) for runners. The cold grip of […]

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That bleak moment when your son is going through a phase…

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In Writers’ Market, Sales of Miserable Childhoods Soar

April 19, 2018
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NEEDHAM, Mass.  Harold “Hal” Weller had been a “gypsy” professor of English in the Boston area for most of his working days, sustaining a low-income lifestyle with […]

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Cut That Out…

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HumorOutcasts Radio Interview Cathy Sikorski “Who Moved My Teeth?”

April 19, 2018
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What is a caregiver? If you help someone else you may be a caregiver and not realize it. As time goes on in a given […]

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Leslie Handler Addresses the Good, the Bad and the Sometimes Silly in Her Book “Rats, Mice and Other Things You Can’t Take to the Bank”

April 18, 2018
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Life happens. Such a simple concept but the absolute truth, and this is the message that first-time author Leslie Handler wants to share with her […]

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Great Weight Lifted From Boston as Skinny People Leave Town

April 18, 2018
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NEWTON, Mass.  Jake and Susan Erlickson don’t look like addicts, but the fifty-something couple will readily admit to one craving they can’t kick.  “We both love ice […]

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Waldo Group Therapy…

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Once in a while in Philadelphia by Ron Neumer–Excerpt 2

April 17, 2018
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 We are excited to excerpt a second chapter segment from Once in a While in Philadelphia by Ron Neumer. The book is available on Amazon.You can  follow Ron […]

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NIGHT OF THE DEAD (AIR)

April 17, 2018
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 [The following is a true story.] The year was 1977. I was 22, just out of college, and working minimum wage for a top-forty radio […]

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A Three Way With President Trump? No Thanks.

April 17, 2018
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My pal Dave has a problem with Stormy Daniels. Not because he’s a fan of Donald Trump. Just the opposite. Dave used to have a […]

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Excitement Mounts as New Bank Branch Opens

April 17, 2018
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WELLESLEY FALLS, Mass.  The corner of Wembly and Algernon streets in this affluent western suburb of Boston has long been known as a “dead zone” where […]

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How to Write and Share Humor
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