In 2014, I have read three books by Minnesotan Kent Nerburn. I know him for his stories on Native Americans. Last week as I searched for new books for the bookstore I volunteer at, I found a book written in 1999 by Mr. Nerburn titled Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace, Living in the […]
Galena, Alaska sits on the north bank of the Yukon River on the 64th N parallel, just two parallels shy of the Arctic Circle. Flying out of Galena’s now inactive Air Station in the summer of 1973 in my T-33, I once saw the sun set and rise within a 15-minute stretch. As I climbed […]
I invite all subscribes and readers of The Vitruvian Man to download an excerpt I have made available from my working manuscript, The Exile of Gaspar. I have titled the excerpt “The Star.” You can download the excerpt as a PDF document or as an EBook for your Kindle. Details are available at ESKraay Online.
Just want to remind our readers of the first solar eclipse in the 21st century, which will occur on Sunday/Monday, May 20/21st. This Wikipedia link offers some excellent animation. Those of us in North America should get a good view of it on Monday.
I’ve recently been viewing the 1988 PBS presentation “The Power of Myth,” 342 minutes of fascinating conversation between American mythologist Joseph Campbell (1904 – 1987) and journalist and former White House Press Secretary Bill Moyers. The depth, rather the height of their intellect humbles me. A passing clip and statement captured my attention. The […]