It’s good to be home.

Every since LADY AT THE OK CORRAL was published in March, 2013, I have been on the road at least several times a month.  I’ve been up and down the west coast, east coast, and a lot of stops in between.  I’m happily grounded now, at least for a while.  Here’s a few observations from […]

132 years ago: The Gunfight at the OK Corral. Why are we still talking about this today?

The OK Corral has stuck in the American psyche since October 26, 1881, when the Earp brothers and Doc Holliday strode down Tombstone’s Main Street and confronted a quartet of cowboys and ranchers near the O.K. Corral.  Less than one minute and dozens of bullets later, three men were dead. Hard to believe that anyone […]

Sackler Center for Feminist Art@Brooklyn Museum

There’s no place like Nome

I’m in Anchorage now, after nearly a week in Nome:? a place of contradictions and delights and warmth, and yes, cold.? On the day I arrived, the beautiful Bering Sea was full of huge ice floes.? By the time I left, the ice was gone. A researcher rolls into town with expectations and fears.? With […]