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What We Got Here

Prevarication Well, like, you know…


So here I am, in front of the computer on April 1 at 9:07 p.m. Central Daylight Time / 8:07 p.m. Central Standard Time / 03:07 Zulu (April 2), and I haven’t written a damn thing except this sentence.

I have failed.

My right arm, especially my elbow, hurts a lot: too much pruning of vegetation in the backyard on Saturday. Even typing this dreck is interestingly painful.

So here’s the deal: I’ll take a few days off from my keyboard, and prepare a proper issue of The Legend-News for distribution later this week.

You okay with that?

Thanks! I knew that you’d understand. In the meantime, please enjoy these unpaid advertisements.

Bloomfield to Baghdad


Click on the picture. Buy the book.

American Spirit / The Real McCall Bundle

American Gramaphone still has a bundle deal on two albums, The Real McCall: An American Storyteller and American Spirit.

The Real McCall: An American Storyteller is a re-recording of fifteen classic C.W. McCall songs (and all of his songs are classics, aren’t they?), plus a new song, “Comin’ Back For More”, the story of Al Packer, who wasn’t picky about his food.

American Spirit is an “Americana” album, with Aaron Copland’s “Fanfare for the Common Man”; “Battle Hymn of the Republic”; “Home on the Range”; and spoken word pieces by C.W. McCall.

Other Books For Sale

Alan Chafin, a.k.a. Skywalker, is pruning his library. For example, you can buy


Contact Alan for more information.

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