Write about what you know. That’s the advice we’ve all been given. On the surface this seems obvious, even trite, but I now know writing about what I don’t know can be vastly more intriguing and rewarding. About a year ago, I posted a blog entry about my Uncle Elliott, who was killed in theContinue reading “Write About What You Know (or, not)”
A small essay I wrote not long ago is live at the Camroc Press Review. It was originally posted here as Lost and Found, but it now has a new home. I couldn’t be happier.
My uncle, Elliot R. Corbett, was one of those who fell at the Battle of the Bulge….