Monthly Archives: September 2012

Tonight I’m Gonna Tell You A Story, And Then I’m Gonna Blog About It/Candy from Strangers

Once upon a time, there were two villages separated by woods.  On one side of the woods, the village grew corn, and on the other, the village ran the the mill to grind it.  The villagers could not live without … Continue reading

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THIS Theater is the Absurd One.

When I was in grad school, the comprehensive exam reading list included Edward Albee’s essay, “Which Theatre is the Absurd One?”  Albee, one of America’s iconic playwrights, wrote the essay in 1962 as an invective against the label “theatre of … Continue reading

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Ode to the Contemplation of the Mule

I hadn’t thought about donkeys in a long time.  And mules, even longer. Today, I’m out in the middle of some private land managed by the Florida Forestry Service (“We’re really firefighters who dabble in land management,” says Clark, our … Continue reading

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Sweet Penis Rides Again

“Are you the owner of the white dog?” “Yes,” I say. The woman is in her early 60s and has a British accent.  We’re at Dog Beach at Lover’s Key State Park, the one where you can let your dog … Continue reading

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