Monthly Archives: July 2012

I might be a writer, but I spent a good portion of last week at the Ann Arbor Art Fair, in the Michigan Silversmith Guild booth. Why? Well, in addition to creating worlds in my head, I also enjoy making … Continue reading

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I’m proud to host this tour today! I’m reading Song in the Wrong Key by Simon Lipson, a wry look at one Englishman’s life. Michael Kenton is a middle-aged man living in middle-class comfort with wife Lisa and daughters Millie … Continue reading

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