Tales To Be Told Before Growing Too Old
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The Day My Eyes Froze Shut 11:11
The Sad Gray Cat 33:45
Postcard from Cairo 24:19
Granddad’s Poultry Brothers 20:21
My Gastronomic Tour 37:52
One Way To Learn French 31:40
Thanksgiving Out East 37:20
One White Suit 27:58
An idea imparted to me by my friend Mo Cecil, during our college days in the 1960s: why and how I taught myself to sew.
Labyrinth Game 2:10
This is a game I fixated on, as a 12-year-old, much as kids do these days with video games. My hands don’t seem to have forgotten.
A Michigan Quartet
1) Motor City Farewell 44:08
In the late 1960s, a college kid discovers a limit to alienation and a lure of nearly free land.
2) A Safe Place in the Woods 41:44
On an Upper Peninsula hillside, a boy builds a cabin–not using logs but lumber and salvaged windows–helped by some pencil sketches drawn by his father.
3) A White and Blue Christmas 37:54
Hope and despair in the snowy woods; love denied but friendship sealed.
4) My Have-A-Heart Mousetrap 43:51
Life in the woods, fraught with snares that could make any liberal queasy.
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A Nude I Knew In Paris
Philip 5-eyes is a high school hockey ace who, despite wearing thick glasses, has a preternatural sense for which teammate will arrive where, and exactly when. However, his luck with girls has never been as sharp as this fifth eye. Not until he flies with his parents to Paris, where he learns about nudes in art books, on sidewalk billboards, and elsewhere.
Midnight and Sometimes Later
A railroad novel that describes the lives of men who work on freight trains – and the women with whom they’re involved – in Minnesota in the 1970s. Its characters hang out in a Minneapolis demimonde of seedy bars and pool halls fed by soul music, booze