Writers are, in a way, very powerful indeed.
They write the script for the reality film.
Kerouac opened a million coffee bars and sold
a million pairs of Levis to both sexes.
Woodstock rises from his pages.
Now if writers could get together into a real tight
union, we'd have the world right by the words.
We could write our own universes, and they would
all be as real as a coffee bar or a pair of Levis
or a prom in the Jazz Age. Writers could
take over the reality studio. So they must not
be allowed to find out that they can make
it happen. Kerouac understood this long
before I did. Life is a dream, he said.
from White Fields Press Published in Heaven Poster Series #10 Poster: Lawrence, Kansas 1992" -Allen Ginsberg.   More transcendental thought
when i write...

travelogues:   Around the World in 1999

San Diego   Colorado    Portland, Oregon

I Howled with the Wolves -  Summer '98

Road Trip: San Francisco to Newfoundland -  Summer '97

Climbing Kilimanjaro & Safari in the Serengeti

      The Curse of the Maasai Villagecool.gif (111 bytes)cool.gif (111 bytes)
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My journey to California Spring  '96

Road Trip:   A l a s k a   - Summer '95
which lead to Alaska's Moveable Feast

Hitchhiking to Mardi Graus - New Orleans '92

poemsLife's first Mocha

fiction:  The Underground - a love story 

publicationsI was published in LAN Magazine's  10th Anniversary issue.  where I wrote  a  one page Gateway column.

published photos:  1999 Wildlands Studies Annual Catalog - photo by Jim Carr

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