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3rd-person blogging
2012-05-13 :: dave

Some “facts”* about Pamela Kay Madden neé Myers. Her favorite flower is the daisy. The daisy? “It’s always been the daisy,” she told me recently. “It’s always been the daisy.” She was at one time in the 1980s the president of what was either called “the Ladies Auxiliary of the Herndon Jaycees” or, more regrettably, […]

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3rd-person blogging + Books
2011-07-07 :: dave

I’ve known Tim for several years now, ever since I moved to Nebraska and met him there, this onetime UNL undergrad who was then coming out with his second novel while also editing an Omaha alt-weekly. Now, his fourth novel has just been released from Unbridled Books. The Coffins of Little Hope is about a […]

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3rd-person blogging
2011-01-30 :: dave

Today’s NY Times has a story about new-ish political blogs already getting a jump-start on the 2012 presidential elections. Turns out Tim Pawlenty, the conservative governor of Minnesota, has some dude trailing him daily with a Flip cam. It’s likely he’ll run in 2012 (or, well, run later this year for 2012, the way these […]

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3rd-person blogging
2010-08-23 :: dave

Sorry, Becky. May I suggest new bedsheets? (More great photographed TV on Mike Sacks’s Web site.)

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3rd-person blogging
2009-10-29 :: dave

Like yours truly, David Andrew Maddan was the youngest of his siblings. Unlike same, he was an incredibly good swimmer, serving eventually as captain for the UC-Santa Barbara Gauchos swim team. At some point in this swimming tenure, someone gave him the Milnean nickname “Pooh.” In 2005 doctors found cancer in Pooh’s bones. They diagnosed […]

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3rd-person blogging
2009-08-03 :: dave

Amanda Nazario is a writer, DJ, dogwalker, and artist living in New York. She grew up there, right on the upper-west side, and as a native she’s somehow reached her thirties without ever learning to drive. With such public transportation, who would blame her? Now she’s going from never once driving a car to driving […]

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