I am an architect, not working too much these days. Graduated from Columbia University in New York City 1976. Living in Southern California for the last 25 years with my wife and teenage son. Select all Writings of Tall Fellow
If we pull together, we can do it … It was to be held behind Duke’s Place at 1:30PM. The time came, we hustled into the truck from PW. Driving there was uneventful but there was anxiety all around. I could feel it. Left over from the earlier meeting, the sounds and the sights of … Continue reading Tug of War
Chapter 9 by Bernard Selling The writing of a motion picture screenplay is both a subtle art form and a maddening craft. By their very nature, screenplays are incomplete, in the same way that plays are incomplete: they provide only the text with which the actors and director must work. Creating a sub-text that breathes … Continue reading Writing, from the Art of Seeing
“Bruno. What do you feel about people who commit suicide?” Surprised that the instructor has selected me, I tense up. “Sir,” I reply, “I’ve never addressed it. Even wondered about it, frankly.” He steps down from his platform, and walks towards me along the row. My classmates, whom he’s passed, crane their necks to stay … Continue reading Timothy
Prologue: “How can such an innocent request become soooo complicated?” It seems simple enough when the Squadron Commander calls me into his office and says, “Sgt. Roche, how about picking-up a mixed case of liquor for me while you are up in Gibraltar”? Hauling around a 60 pound case of liquor is not exactly … Continue reading Just a Case of Booze!