Fun with Cops: Seattle

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My square job requires driving. Lots of driving; 10-12,000 miles each and every month. That much time on the road makes encountering a cop all but certain. I have spent my fair share of time under the scrutiny of law-enforcement people—sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, ordinary police officers, state troopers, border patrol agents, park police, tribal officers, […]

Lonely for a Time: Poetry by Teagan Wood

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One of my favorite things is meeting a new writer, especially one who is not only new to me, but new to the whole scribbling scene. I was introduced to Teagan Wood a couple of weeks ago while in Seattle on business. An initial sampling of her poetry left me happily, if somewhat elusively, impressed. […]