The Play of Death: a Hangman’s Daughter Tale

“The mountain was indifferent – it always had been.”


The Ghost Fields

This summer is the summer of “intellectual” reading. The premier title is, one that I found years ago in a lovely used book store in Charlotte, NC, Gargantua and Pantagruel. Modeling yourself upon the dog, you should be wise to scent, to feel and to prize these fine, full-flavored volumes. You should be fleet in…