- Lady Tell’s It Like It Is!
- Oxford Fights Back – Allegedly
- BLM Protesters Struck by High Speed Vehicle that Skirted Roadblock! One Dead.
- Happy 4th of July
- Lift Every Voice and Sing
- Flashback Fourth – Check out my July 4 ‘Evening Jazz’ from 2014
- ‘New’ CurlingZone doc ‘Anything is Possible’ to debut July 4 on YouTube
- Life In Chico and Other Places Infected by Bums
- Watch This and Tell Me if it Sounds Familiar
- The Great Awakening
Author Archives: Eric Miller
Like many dads today I await a phone call. Or maybe a text. That’s all I need. No ties, cards, soap-on-a-rope, or socks. Just a call.
(Hockey Player Magazine, May 2020) I’m getting older. I guess my friends are getting older too. “Get on the list,” he texted. “What list?” “Geezer hockey, Friday morning, minimum age is 50.” “It’s been a while since I skated on … Continue reading
Hey folks, February 29, 2020 is a Leap Day. We get a free extra day, a twenty-four hour trip around the Sun, for doing nothing. Which also means that 2020 is a Leap Year. I have many writing projects in … Continue reading
“The real joy is in constructing a sentence. But I see myself as an actor first because writing is what you do when you are ready and acting is what you do when someone else is ready.” Steve Martin I … Continue reading
(Published in Hockey Player Magazine, December 2019) “I always liked speed.” Guy Lafleur, Montreal Canadiens They are not Ferrari fast. But they’re quicker than my old Lego® block wheels. “Get decent wheels dude,” Tex advised. A regular season Blazer teammate, … Continue reading
(Readers: I wrote this story based on an event nine years ago, glad to update it a bit.) Eighty words bridged seven thousand miles. “Write to a soldier and cheer them up,” said Mrs. Larsen, while coordinating a holiday writing … Continue reading
“I am part of everything that I have read.” Theodore Roosevelt Hold the date trivia nerds. Box up the Scrabble game and come out for a good time. It’s a big night for big brains and bigger laughs. What is … Continue reading
“A wife of noble character, who can find? She is worth far more than rubies.“ Proverbs 31:10 I hadn’t hugged her for years. Not because of a jealous mate, but because one of us had cooties. Lin had bad blood … Continue reading