Just in case you don't know, writing is a bitch.
Whatever one writes, be it a story, reportage, poem, novel, job application, or even a personal email, haunts its author with lingering doubts over whether it was good enough. No matter how many re-readings and revisions one suffers through, one's … Continue reading →
A Geopolitical Memoir
For a big, strapping nation like the United States of America to be obsessively fixated on foreign-born evildoers is really quite strange, especially given that it has so many of its own. Other than 9/11, all terror attacks in the US since 2000 that weren’t thwarted or … Continue reading →
Learning from John Le Carré
I owe David Cornwell, a.k.a. John Le Carré, big time. He has led me from the literary wilderness to the promised land of Almost Fit to Print. Without his unbeknownst tutelage, I would never have gotten even this far. This is my humble homage to his humbling … Continue reading →