Monthly Archives: February 2011

Dinotopia, it’s not

James Gurney and his utopian dinosaurs are known throughout the world and have a zillion fans. My Dinosaur Wars stories and I are not so famous. But I’m working hard on this last bit, and I could use your help. Continue reading

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Re-Imagining Chase Armstrong

With the publication of my latest story, “Something In The Jungle,” the hero and heroine of the Dinosaur Wars series are getting makeovers. They’re grittier, more intrepid, and they have bigger expense accounts. Continue reading

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Ghost Trees

In my ramblings around the Pacific Northwest, I often come across peculiar-looking stumps I call Ghost Trees. Continue reading

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My Rock Band, The Beaters

I do a little entertaining now and then as bassist for The Beaters, a Seattle area band known for its inimitable brand of hard hitting rock’n’rhythm’n’blues.  Check out our new website. Continue reading

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