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December 9, 2015

Well here I am in Germany.  There were many things that sold me on the job that I do and one of them was that I could live internationally.  My wife and kids are Asian-American (Korean) so my goal was always to get to Korea.  Try as I may, I have never been able to get...

July 4, 2015

I know people close to me have been wondering how I got to where I am now ideologically—how my ideology is expressed in my life choices and the choices for my children that I am supporting and encouraging. 

When I left America in 1991 part of the reason was I did not wa...

February 16, 2014

It's been quite a while since I posted here.  All my posts seem to end with "more soon" and then a month goes by.  Lately I've been relishing my space offline--lurking about online, reading and "liking" things as appropriate, but devoting the bulk of my energies to mor...

January 2, 2014

As I write it’s still December 31st in the states, although here in Guam it’s lunch time on the first day of the New Year.  Thought I would write a bit about my recent trip to the Philippines; there are some things I don’t want to forget.

We returned from...

May 7, 2013

White Pine excerpted some press release info for Magnolia and Lotus, my new book, on their facebook page:

An Introduction to the most recent book in our Korean Voices Series book, Magnolia and Lotus: Selected Poems of Hyesim.

Hyesim (1178-1234): second Patriarch of the K...

December 31, 2012

Yesterday I saw Cloud Atlas, a movie you will probably love or dislike.  Most people I’ve talked to haven’t liked it.  It made quite an impression on my wife and myself but in at least one respect was disappointing insofar as what I gleaned from the movie wasn’t what I...

December 9, 2012

Looking around at other writers’ blogs I take some comfort in the fact—well the appearance, anyway—that having months pass between posts is not that uncommon a practice.  Here I am again.  :)

There’s been so much going on of late.  So many things to write about, bu...

July 14, 2012

Every year my bank gives me a bunch of things to help me get through the year: an address book large enough to be called a notebook with maps of Korea, detailed maps of larger cities, and subway lines; pens; wash cloths; wall calendars; and desk calendars.  I like the...

July 7, 2012

Here it is, coming on the middle of July…it’s nice to be back and revisit this blog.  Used to be I took the summer off from blogging, but if last year is any indication it may be that summer is the only time I have to blog—at least for the next few years.  See how that...

March 11, 2012

The other day my son came to me visibly, shall we say, "motivated."  I was trying to relax in bed for a short nap so obviously these two dynamics were in conflict.  What he wanted tell me about was the Kony issue circulating all over the web currently.  One of his frie...

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