The name that I write under is actually T. Crawford-Crawford. At the moment I am simply trying to build a better world through poetry and such. They tell me time and time again that poetry does not sell. Still every song that I have ever listened to, since the beginning of time has lyrics. Sometimes I think that they would just have us write pulp fiction and romance than essays, editorials and poetry. They keep saying: "That's where the money is!" They are probably right. As for me ... I'll just keep running The Free Speech Emporium trying to eek out a living while hoping to make the world a better place through poetry.
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My Favorites: Reading and Writing
Fiction: Historical Fiction, Humor/Satire, Literary, Religious/Inspirational, Sci Fi/Fantasy
Non-Fiction: History, Humor, Religion, Science
The Secret Supper, Name of the Rose, List of Seven
Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum for the thrid time
Out loud, in bed, next to a beautiful woman and here where some of the most interesting stories are told
Beyond the ones posted here I have completed one called Percival and Partick a story about Jack
Fiction: Historical Fiction, Mystery, Romance
Non-Fiction: History, Memoir/Narrative Non-fiction, Sex & Relationships
For the most part I am pretty happy being myself although I can think of a few characters that I would not mind having pass through my life. One of my favorite characters though is Starbuck of the Rainmaker. I just love his character. "Rain ... Rain ... I made it rain! G'e me my money" This being said I love being in contact with creative people so if you are a poet or an artist or a playwrite stop by and say hello.
Thurber, Brown, Sierra, Miller, Rowlings, T.S. Eliot, The Brothers Grimm and of course some of the yet to be famous folk that I have met here on WeBook