Month: July 2017

Fiction

The Silvermoon Drive-In, Part 2

The Silvermoon Drive-In: An Oral History An email from William (“Bill”) Barry, friend of Robert (“Bobby”) Nowicki, co-owner of the Silvermoon Drive-In from 1993 until it’s closure in 2006. Jess, Your mom tells me you’re working on some kind of history report on the Silvermoon for a class you’re taking at […]

Fiction

The Silvermoon Drive-In, Part 1

The Silvermoon Drive-In: An Oral History Partial transcript of an interview with Doreen Nowicki, co-owner of the Silvermoon Drive-In from 1993 until it’s closure in 2006. Doreen: So, let me see here. What can I say about Con? Interviewer: Other than the black suit? [Laughter] Doreen: Yeah, yeah, the suit. […]

Photography

Something Dark

This blog was hacked about a year ago and I lost most of my content. As I sort through some of my old photographs, I’m noticing that some of my favorites have a sinister undertone. There’s a mild uneasiness or sense of threat in these that I didn’t consciously intend […]

Photography

First Resort

Every picture I’ve taken means something to me, but there’s only a few that I consider really good photographs. This is one of them. The composition and the light made this a pretty good picture in its raw state, but the heavy-handed processing elevated it beyond a representation of what […]

Fiction

Of Course They Kept it for You All These Years

The July sun has burned away all traces of the early-morning thunderstorm. And here you are, back again, with that dreamish feeling you always get–with everything the same but different. Should you knock on the old blue door–still blue, but a different shade–or just walk in like you used to? […]