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Two New Books

AHOY, YE SCALAWAGS!¬† I’m about to birth a book, actually two, but not twins. First to pop will be the radio show’s first five years of collected episodes. Appropriately titled, “These Ozarks Hills: The First Five Years” the book covers … Continue reading

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Weirdness

APOLOGIES TO ALL for the weirdness of internet service these past weeks. I hit my limit of patience this week and am switching to satellite. Of course to pay for it I’ll need to budget some other things. I’m thinking … Continue reading

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Another New Book

I have assembled another book of stories, essays and episodes from the radio series, which I intend to print and bind myself, again using that Japanese stitch that seems to hold the pages so well. It will be coming out¬†about … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, Indoors

We applied for an NEA-sponsored overseas tour, but didn’t get it (we were one of 300 applicants for 10 slots), and then applied to be part of the Missouri Touring Artists program, for which we have a pretty good chance. … Continue reading

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Ozark Hills in the UK

MORE BAND (and Songwriter) NEWS: This happened a little bit ago, back when I had my nose to the ground, and I forgot to mention it. The Title Song for our album, “In These Ozark Hills” has been chosen as … Continue reading

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Radio News

RADIO NEWS: “These Ozarks Hills,” a monthly series of essays on Life in the Ozarks broadcast on KSMU-FM regional public radio in the Ozarks, is moving from its traditional time slot on the last Friday of each month to the … Continue reading

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Yarnspinner Media

Long ago, in a village not very far away, there lived a family who produced a remarkable number of grocers and postmasters. I did not turn out to be one of them. I took after the other side of the … Continue reading

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