Eric James's Writings
I retired last night shortly after midnight & turned on the bedside radio to listen to The Midnight Special, broadcast from Chicago. I awoke next for the Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour. Sometime between Woodsongs & the Red Barn Radio Show, sounds from downstairs awoke me again. I popped up, but quickly determined no intruder was about to interrupt...
Time, time, time 67, 68, 69 And then? Comes the question I deny each day 100’s my mark What’s more to say? Badger me, if you will Erode my mortal hill Steal my longer day I’m writing, still I say I have insurance! Not for life or limb Not for her or him But for a beneficiary’s whim Time, time, time 77, 78, 79 So? When? I will...
Dance on Tom Paine's bones”
Meet Eric - a Broadway & TV has-been, living in the Kentucky Bluegrass. A former law journalist turned politico, blogger, historian & lecturer, Eric currently writes & publishes the official web site for the family of Frank & Jesse James. In...
Causes Eric James Supports
Liberty, equality, fairness, rational & critical thinking, & teaching family history as accredited curriculum.
Eric’s Favorite Books
You Can't Go Home Again, Thomas Wolfe. Tender is the Night, F. Scott Fitzgerald. Anna Karennina, Leo Tolstoy. The Hotel New Hampshire, John Irving. The Uses of...