Tag Archives: Camus

The Laconic Man

A few weeks ago, I blogged about Lt. Castillo from the eighties TV show Miami Vice. There’s plenty more I could’ve written about him if I hadn’t been handcuffed to a tight word length. With more words, I would’ve expanded upon his sense of duty, which is not some nine-to-five obligation but his raison d’être. […]

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Recurring Themes

It’s been fun to write something on a predetermined theme for the forthcoming Drugstore Books essay and short story showcase, By Prescription Only. The idea for ‘privacy’ was suggested to me while knocking back a few dandelion and burdocks. It’s not something I’d have thought of and I had nothing in mind, let alone already […]

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