I started writing plays after I retired. I had no connection with any theater and so it was not likely I’d get produced. But high schools liked my plays. One has been done by amateur groups around the world. That was around twenty years ago. That play is still done here and there. High schools… Continue reading When a play becomes a book
Is there life after death? Yes, of course. At the office of reincarnation there is a man who assigns people their new lives. Emil is to be dog. He doesn’t like that. “A dog,” he whines. Mildred, the old school teacher, is delighted to be a butterfly. Poor Melissa who died as a young girl… Continue reading a play about after life
Sex is confusing. Is she a man or a woman? They dressed and treated her like a girl, but George knew she was a boy. She liked what boys liked and played like boys play. She nearly got in a fist fight when a boy said she looked like a girl. George got older and… Continue reading sexual idenity play
I take my dog for a walk every day. He runs off the leash. How else is a dog to be a dog? He’s got things of his own to investigate with that nose of his. It could be the trail of a rabbit or more likely where another dog peed.
The meaning of the word fuck should be changed. Its definition is sexual intercourse. But the way the word is used never matches that; like oh he’s all fucked up or what the fuck do you expect me to do, what a fucking lie and so on. Many authors and playwrights depend on this word.… Continue reading Changing the meaning of f***
People like Trump and Hitler see certain people as disagreeable and a hindrance to the lives of agreeable people. We know what Hitler did. Trump put up walls to keep them out. He calls them rapist, drug dealers and deplorable. He has no qualms with taking their children away and locking them up in cages.… Continue reading People like Trump and Hitler
Astronomers say there are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on earth. If only a few had planets, that still means there are trillions of them. And if just a few have conditions that support life that means there are trillions of them as well. Add time to this, trillions of light… Continue reading Is heaven really heaven?
My other book is called “The Wedding of Ollie Bear”. It really isn’t about her wedding. It’s the reason the two sisters, Karen and Roxanne drive up to northern Minnesota where they encounter five aliens from the planet Pallion. One is just a boy, and he is the reason they have come here. I took… Continue reading Ollie Bear
When you walk by a playground, it will be empty unless there is a little league playing. Neither boys nor girls get up games on their own. So while organized sports are highly praise for building both skills and character, one thing it doesn’t do is build initiative. Adults decided where, when and how they… Continue reading Walking by the playground
By developing the technology to transfer a fetus to an incubator where it would be nourished and grow, we can end abortions. It might seem to be far fetched, but it isn’t anymore than once was a heart transplant. I am surprise or maybe just uninformed that this solution isn’t already in the works. Why… Continue reading To end abortions – 2