I came about in the era of plaid suits, bell-bottoms, long shirt collars and dandy moustaches, also, love was free.
Times have changed.
People and their personalities and behaviors may not, but instead revolve, perhaps tumble, on through space and time from their point of manifestation to their end and back again, cosmically recycled, sometimes improved, "value-added" having evolved from the traits grab-bag into something stronger, more elaborate, smarter; other times a flawed amalgam, rusty, weak, angry, greedy.
I’m fascinated by all who dip their bits in the human gene pool for their lap or splash-about, whether by choice or by chance.
I write about them, my interpretation, striving to hit the sweet-spot of perspicacity. Many have found my stories to be entertaining and insightful.
Dad came from a newspaper man, and himself was a writer; I stand on their shoulders. Also, the ones still alive who afford me their encouragement, loyalty and love; I stand on their shoulders and I'm grateful for their support.
I reside in Midwest America, where I grow grapes and make wine on a small scale when I am not writing or working.
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The Squeeze is On
by Brian Madigan
Published: May 4, 2014
Life for Harry St. Croix has been paired down to its most basic elements, in some ways by choice, in some ways by fate, but for Harry who has become far advanced in years, a simple life can still be a good life, especially having the things closest to him he loves the most—his daughter and baseball.
by Brian Madigan
“Catchpenny” climbs the steps of public transportation with Wilbur, at once great and mighty, at the next underfunded, on the lam, past middle-age, having no marketable skills. How does Wilbur respond to the loss of his prestige and fortune? Can he rise above by sheer willpower and determination? What will he do to survive?
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