Monthly Archives: September 2012

Upstream, downstream

I had a dream in which I was fishing, so today went to sit on a rock beside the Esopus Creek, just to be near the water. Lately, when I sit by a brook or creek, I notice that I … Continue reading

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Theatrical inspiration from an ancestor

My great-grandfather, Benjamin Franklin Keller, Jr., nicknamed Frank, is known in the family lore as a drunkard who couldn’t keep a job. He was a skilled tool-and-die worker, in an occupation requiring both engineering and creative talents. His ability to … Continue reading

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