Index: Autobiographical Fantasies
My memoir, Three Lost Worlds, underwent a major weight-loss program along the way. These “autobiographical fantasies” were spawned from what hit the cutting room floor in the editing process. I hope you will enjoy them.
11/19/21 — The Passion of Ariadne del Sol: an encounter with serious artists in Cologne, Germany
11/13/21 — The Devil and Angus McPhee: A Scottish faith healer makes a believer out of his skeptical wife.
11/5/21 — Mr. Haircut: Of all the jobs I fell backwards into, this one struck the deepest note.
10/30/21 — Theodosia and the Bonesetter: My ancestor, Job Sweet, performed manual medicine on the daughter of Vice President Aaron Burr.
9/18/21 — Autobiographical Fantasy: Ten more thoughts on writing memoir
9/11/21 — The Memory Temple: Thoughts on writing memoir
9/5/21 — Topeka on the Danube: A discovery about my father, who was old enough to be my grandfather
8/28/21 — OK, Charles: Telepathic Dispatches to a Friend — A series of thought transmissions to a friend who was in the process of dying
8/21/21 — Terrible Power: On the terrible power we have to inadvertently alter someone’s life
8/14/21 — Stopping the World on Kansas Highway 4: A piece of magic you can pull off in Kansas if you get into the right state of mind