Several years ago I had the great fortune to meet two of the dozen men who walked on the moon: Edgar Mitchell and James Irwin. You couldn’t find two men who were more unlike than those two, save their shared drive and determination. After their Apollo missions, Mitchell went on to become involved in ESP and […]
I’ve always been drawn to places where history took place.
It only takes one yes. After giving up my childhood dream of being an archaelogist, I turned my attention to writing – specifically writing for magazines. Here’s what happened: I went to my first writer’s conference in Phoenix, Arizona where the editor of Arizona Highways told a story about assigning articles to three freelancers. But, as it turned out, […]
If you’ve read my blog posts: Anatomy of an Article, Parts 1 and 2, you’ll know I’m a great one for note-taking. Take a minute and read those two posts, then come back and read this . I recently traveled to Aztec Ruins in northern New Mexico, which was once occupied by what we called Anasazi; today […]