Southern Fiction Author, Freelance Writer & Retired Clown

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‘Til the Southern Wind Puts Me Six Feet Down (The Lone Bellow, Show #5)

‘Til the Southern Wind Puts Me Six Feet Down (The Lone Bellow, Show #5)

If you love your ears, you will take them to experience The Lone Bellow. As all of my friends are now well aware, I can wax poetic about The Lone Bellow for days. D-A-Y-S. But I’m gonna get right to the point: You need to […]

Yosemite National Park: 24 Hours in the Eternal Youth of Nature

Yosemite National Park: 24 Hours in the Eternal Youth of Nature

“Take a course in good water and air; and in the eternal youth of Nature you may renew your own. Go quietly, alone; no harm will befall you.”  John Muir Dusk fell like a blanket, soft and purple, skimming the mountain tops and dipping into […]

The Day I Caught Jason Isbell’s Guitar Pick (and other stories from Pilgrimage Festival)

The Day I Caught Jason Isbell’s Guitar Pick (and other stories from Pilgrimage Festival)

Every time I go to a music festival, I leave the event thinking: DEAR GOD WHY DID I DO THIS PLEASE NEVER LET ME GO TO ONE OF THESE AGAIN! But then I have a couple margaritas with my childhood best friends and someone mentions […]