Harold O. Wilson’s second novel is now available at Amazon.com or click for Kindle version. Reconciliation with the past is at the heart of the novel: reconciliation that comes slowly and with difficulty for my characters. And even then accommodation comes only fleetingly. The irony of the story is that the only character free of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This program will air in two segments. The first part focuses on the civil rights movement of the 1960s. My guest is Reverend George Williamson. We discuss George’s participation in the North Carolina sit-ins in 1960 and how that experience changed his life. My guest for the second segment of the program is former Salisbury University […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This program is about the changing role of sex in literature. There’s no question that the expression of sex in what we read, the films and television programs we watch has become more pervasive and more explicit today. How in the world did we get here. And what does it say about our culture and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“Mrs. Morresette had taken to sunbathing in the nude. Mr. Morresette blamed it on those damn frenchies.” Mr. Morrisette is scandalized, as is the small New England town where they live. But as tragedy approaches, Mr. Morresette gains a new appreciation of the strength and beauty of his wife. Dear Friends: “Mrs. Morresette,” the second […]Continue Reading... No Comments.