I started out as a newspaper reporter back in the pre-digital 20th century. Most of my work now is for radio but I still write occasionally for print and web. I also keep up my first blog, The Bone Island Book Blog, which is focused on books and reading.


 Too many books. Photo by Nancy Klingener.

Too many books. Photo by Nancy Klingener.

Book Reviews from The Miami Herald

The Road To Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson

The Witches by Stacy Schiff

The Pirate Hunters by Robert Kurson

World Gone By by Dennis Lehane

The Magician's Land by Lev Grossman

The Forgers by Bradford Morrow

The King's Curse by Philippa Gregory

The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness

Other pieces for print and web

 Cuban workers leave Key West by Spanish ships after the fire of 1886, which destroyed much of the city. Photo from the  Monroe County Library collection .

Cuban workers leave Key West by Spanish ships after the fire of 1886, which destroyed much of the city. Photo from the Monroe County Library collection.

Feature for The Miami Herald on what gay marriage means for Key Westers

Essay for salt about Key West's World War I waterfront passes

Blog post for WLRN on historic photos (like that awesome one to the left) added to Monroe County Library collection

When Faced With Impossible Options: An Interview with Lyndsay Faye for Littoral, the Key West Literary Seminar online journal

Solares Hill review of Iphigenia in Forest Hills by Janet Malcolm 

Chef's Page from Gastronomica: Colombian Grace

What It's Like to Live in Key West from HGTV Front Door

Some old Miami Herald clips from the 1990s - an interview with Capt. Richard Steadman of the Schooner Western Union and a story about the centennial exhibit about the Battleship Maine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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