Daily Archives: November 2, 2018

Portland Anonymous: Fragment One

He was a hard man to know, I thought to myself as I pondered the assignment I had been given.  It was no easy thing to convey our appreciation of someone who so resolutely disliked the fawning attention of fame … Continue reading

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An Introduction To The Portland Anonymous Project

Most years [1] I participate in the National Novel Writing Month contest where participants have 30 days to write a book of 50,000 words in length.  At times I have used this as the opportunity to create compilations of work, … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Could Pee On This Too

I Could Pee On This Too And More Poems By More Cats, by Francesco Marciuliano If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.  Obviously the author found a great deal of success with the first volume of cat poetry that he … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Could Pee On This

I Could Pee On This And Other Poems By Cats, by Francesco Marciuliano As someone who reads quite a lot of books related to cat humor [1], I must say I was very pleased by these poems, which demonstrated both … Continue reading

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