Category Archives: journalism

dtd and me in the kent island bay times

Let me just say, my local newspaper rocks. From the August 5 issue: (click for larger image) …and from the same issue: (click for larger image) I can’t tell you how lucky I am to live in an area with … Continue reading

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“lost dogs” in the kent island bay times

My local newspaper, The Kent Island Bay Times, interviewed me a few weeks ago about my modern-day sci-fi novel Lost Dogs, and they ran it today:   click on the image for the full-sized version   My only quibbles with … Continue reading

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“animals are smarter than you think”

Such is the premise of this National Geographic article from a few years ago.  Almost every owner will tell you that their dog understands them, but if you have a border collie, that may be more true than you might … Continue reading

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the last word on the navajo water project and dtd

Okay, now I’m just showing off.  This article ran in my local newspaper, The Bay Times, and in its sister, the Record Observer, as well as the Easton-based Star Democrat (parent paper of the other two).      Since Day 1 of … Continue reading

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caveat lector: “let the reader beware”

Normally, I eschew writing about, or even discussing, politics, but as I blog this (mid-September 2012), the quadrennial circus that is the American presidential campaign has cranked up the music, released the clowns, and is spinning itself into its frenzied, … Continue reading

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