Monthly Archives: May 2013

Huddleston: interview in the Santa Fe Reporter

There’s an interview with me in the week’s Santa Fe Reporter. It’s a bit embarrassing for me to see my speech in print, but I think you will enjoy the article. And, only 3 days left pledge and pre-order my … Continue reading

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5 days to go…and 104% to the goal!!

Yes, that invisible line has been crossed!  Last night this campaign reached its funding goal, and we still have 5 days left!!!!  Today, I feel that my exclamation points are fully justified! THANK YOU to all of you who are … Continue reading

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Thank you again and 9 days left!!

Thank you again to everyone that has supported my Kickstarter campaign so far, whether by pledging, or tweeting, or blogging, or all of the above!! There are now 9 days left in the campaign… “333 Saints: a Life of Scholarship … Continue reading

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Thoughts on book drafting: episode 3

In the introduction to his translation of Virgil’s Eclogues, Guy Lee writes, “Of his writing [Virgil] used to say that he composed ‘like a bear’, referring to a popular belief that a bear’s cubs were shapeless and sprawling at birth … Continue reading

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Timbuktu slideshow in Zenith online

11 of my “333 Saints” photographs are currently featured in a beautiful slideshow in Zenith online. Even if you don’t speak German, it’s worth checking out: http://www.zenithonline.de/deutsch/mediathek//artikel/der-verlorene-glanz-der-333-heiligen-003655/ And remember to support my book “333 Saints: a Life of Scholarship in … Continue reading

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Figuring out the Foreword

Thus far, I have remained silent on the subject of the book’s foreword.  This is not because I didn’t have something planned, but rather because I wanted to wait until the text was set and the permissions verified before I … Continue reading

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A huge Thank You for all the shout-outs and plugs!

Sent out into the world by eminent journalists to Grammy-Award winning musicians, I’ve gotten some great shout-outs this week on Twitter, Facebook, and various Blogs (in languages as varied as French and Japanese)! I’ve tried to re-tweet/ share/ like all … Continue reading

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Thoughts on book drafting: episode 2

Episode 1 ended with a discussion of the strengths and weaknesses of the third draft. I did like that draft enough to start showing it to a few people, which brings me to a brief discussion of how I receive … Continue reading

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A week gone, 25 more days to go…

First, and above all else, I want to thank all of you who have pledged so far. Each of your contributions is essential, and I deeply appreciate your support of my work. Thank You! For those who haven’t yet had … Continue reading

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Thoughts on book drafting: episode 1

The photographs in this book were shot in a year, but it took me five years to edit the work and create a mock-up that I was satisfied with.  Why did it take so long and what was this process … Continue reading

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