Monthly Archives: April 2015


Some years ago I entered a literary-limericks competition 1. I assumed I was a winner, since they were all published, but I never got any money 2. Robert Frost was a slave to the should ‘s. When his wife sent him out for some goods, He wanted adventure But, fearing her censure, Went home and wrote “Stopping […]

Photos in Film Noir Style

Thanks to photographer Robert Engelbright, I have new photos to use. He wanted to convey the feeling of film noir in photos taken in and around NYC’s Tompkins Square Park. I asked him to also do photos I could use to get fashion modeling jobs, maybe for raincoats. I was only partly joking.     […]

Business Image

A still from a commercial is being used to represent the business.     This is the commercial:      

Showing Emotions

Photographer Jeremy White has a project to demonstrate emotions. Here’s my piece of it.  


For a program called Word Play in NYC on March 29, I read the following non-fiction pieces. The announced theme of the evening was experiences that were embarrassing or humiliating: ONE Will it surprise you to learn that I belong to an oppressed minority? A minority that has long been subject to humiliation, disgrace, and […]

Commercials & Corporate Videos – as of April 2015

Visiting Angels Consumer Reports – me at 1:05:   DataVac   Metro PCS   Ally Bank Spec Commercial