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Chekhov used to say, I have my own theater, and people assumed he was talking about the Moscow Art Theatre, but then Chekhov would tap his forehead and say, . . . in here.

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Give a Boy a Book

Controversy swirls when a seventh grade reading teacher assigns Todd Strasser’s Give a Boy a Gun and the administration flips out.

Teachable Moments

Essays directed at the public, in a nation built on public education

Marvin the Marxist

A Companion to Capital

2002 Theater Criticism for the Gainesville Sun : see SOLAR POWER

1996-2002 Theater Criticism and Sports Writing for MOON Magazine

"Staying on the Path" Gator Bait, 1995

A first person account of a road trip with the Florida Gators basketball team in the fall of 1994. Travel with Coach Lon Kruger and his team to Charlotte, North Carolina to take on Tim Duncan and Wake Forest.

"Uses of Radio Drama" The English Journal, 1994

How middle school playwright Jenny Goodman wrote a radio play that touched listeners all over north-central Florida.

"Do You Remember George Mikan?" The Collector, 1992

The Greatest Player of the First Half Century as voted by a panel of sports writers was George Mikan, the first great big man of the game. At six-foot-ten and 240 pounds, Mikan was a dominating force that altered the history of the game.