Dolores Dunn, 1930-2019

Born October 7, 1930, Dolores Dunn passed away on March 30, 2019 at the age of 88. At the time, she was living in Kapolei, Oahu, Hawai’i, having moved back to the islands permanently after living in Reno, Nevada for several years. We came to know each other through our mutual friend, Kay Casti. Shortly … Continue reading Dolores Dunn, 1930-2019



Forty-eight hours into a 21-hour bus trip; blinding snow and treacherous roadways. The bus rolls to a stop in front of a hole-in-the-wall diner, someplace unknown to the young man. It continues to snow as passengers pile-off and inside. He sat at the counter, slightly apart from the others, as he wants to listen, participate … Continue reading Magic

From the Journal of E. Brexley Greaves, Thursday, April 11, 1967

"It happened again, another time slip. This go-round I think I recognized that it had happened and that I wasn't my right self – at least not the same self that left home this morning. First it was the dizziness that left me with double-vision followed by the cold coffee in my cup. I swear … Continue reading From the Journal of E. Brexley Greaves, Thursday, April 11, 1967

A Conversation Between a Couple of Boobs

“I got me some beautiful breasts last night!” “You did?” “Yup. Smeared'em with… “Smeared'em with what?” “Well if you'd shut yer pie-hole and let me finish, I'll tell ya.” “Sorry, got a little excited – you know how I love chicken!” "Ain't what I'm talkin' 'bout!" "No?" "But I love chicken -- you know that!" … Continue reading A Conversation Between a Couple of Boobs


when words are difficult i know i’m feeling the urges of spring fever soon there will be a need to get up from my chair away from the computer from this desk camera notebook pencils in hand into the big wild seeking that something that’ll allows reflection refreshment as restlessness rises internally bringing desires upon … Continue reading Soon