I think we met in elementary school. I can’t recall for certain. But I do recall that even before we reached adolescence, Brian Pearman was an artist. By simply putting pen or pencil to paper, Brian could wow me and our peers as we came of age in Greenville, Illinois.
A few days back I returned from a two-week working vacation. I visited friends and family in Illinois and stayed for a few days in Chicago, followed by…
Frans de Waal provided the photograph of himself featured above. Primatologist Frans de Waal, who’s now C.H. Candler professor emeritus at Emory…
In the fall of 2021, I started collaborating on an article with my sister, Katy, for The New Territory Magazine, a biannual print publication covering…
Damon Anderson, a prisoner inside SATF-CSP, Corcoran, and a veteran of jail and prison hunger strikes who has contributed commentary to this newsletter…
Known colloquially as “Old Greyback,” the highest peak in Southern California regularly attracts a number of avid hikers to its trails, including those…
Damon Anderson (no familial relation to your Waywards writer/publisher), a prisoner inside the Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison…
Steven ‘Snaz’ Stilt is a long-time friend I grew up with in Greenville, a relatively small town in the greater St. Louis area of mostly rural Southern…
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