Things I do now: teach college writing at Ohio University, paint walls, look out windows, watch movies, read books, drink coffee and wine (not together), bake bread, seek out good walks, live in funky Athens, Ohio with my mate and two cats, and work on our 1950s house, where all the back windows have a view of the woods. Things I’ve done but don’t do anymore: pulled levers in a factory, stacked files in an office Kafka might have dreamed up, boxed squiggly fishing lures in a warehouse, sold various things, scribbled awful poetry, slammed at Fender’s on Fridays, wrote for The Emporia Gazette, edited for the Bucharest Business Week for a few months,  educated kids and adults at the Lyon County Historical Museum, and administered the writing center at Emporia State University. That pretty much sums it up.


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