Tag Archives: Atlanta

Atlanta 1968

On a bright summer morning I drove Freddie Ford south on the new I-85 toward my future in the city of Atlanta. I felt in my soul and bones that it was a drive that would change me forever. I … Continue reading

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Secrets

assuming another identity I walked from my office desk to Atlanta’s tree-lined streets in every kind of weather escaping is why I relished my private detective work   An old photo from my years of detective work. My position was … Continue reading

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Interview with Poet and Artist Phil Smith

I’m excited to introduce you to friend, artist, and fellow poet, Phil Smith.  Phil is active in the Atlanta poetry community especially with the reading group Private Poetry Unveiled.  I met Phil at the group’s very first unveiling. Phil studied art at the Maryland … Continue reading

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