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Save Yourself

One of the hardest lessons in life — and, about sobering up — is that we have to revisit the lessons often, remain teachable all our lives, in order for the learning to sink in. Rarely is life, or sobriety, a one-shot deal, like getting a polio vaccine. I wish […]

How Another Writer Handled A Bio Subject

I’m curious how other writers of historic bios handle their biographical subjects, particularly when the lives were short and relatively obscure, as was Emmett’s. I was intrigued with the story of Alonzo Hereford Cushing. Cushing was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor on November 6, 2014 — more than 150 […]