Monthly Archives: January 2018

An excerpt from¬†Morgantown to San Francisco,¬†a book I am working on: The day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered, a group of African-American students gathered in Woodburn Circle and expressed their feelings to comfort one another. The WVU student … Continue reading

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From Morgantown to San Francisco

An excerpt from Morgantown to San Francisco, a memoir I am working on. My most recent book, Damn Yankee Buttons, is available on Amazon.com The Selma march was triggered by the Alabama state police murder of Jimmy Lee Jackson. Twenty-six-year-old … Continue reading

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Morgantown to San Francisco

This an excerpt from a rough draft of a memoir that I am writing called Morgantown to San Francisco: If you dig people, whether they be straight or “hip,” here is a way to do it: Go to Yosemite Valley … Continue reading

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