When a hoax becomes history

I don’t know how many museums this week are honoring one of their town’s most notorious hoaxes, but it’s at least one.

The return of Poetluck

In Eureka Springs, one often has the feeling of being someplace special. A recently revived tradition is the perfect place to experience that feeling again.

Talking trails with Parks

Last week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sam Dudley, the new executive director of the Eureka Springs Parks and Recreation Department, for my upcoming b...

A description I can love

Some of you may remember that last year, I came up with a back-cover description for my upcoming book.

Sometimes, I do real work

Most of the time, the work of putting a book together – regardless of how challenging it can sometimes be – is fun. Talking to people with interesting storie...

Finding the perfect book designer

You know how sometimes everything just clicks into place? That’s how it’s been with my upcoming book, “Welcome to Eureka Springs: The I-Sh*t-You-Not History ...

No shortage of stories

Few people in town have as many personal stories about the subjects of my book as former mayor Beau Satori.

Look at me becoming an author and shit

For Christmas – or was it my birthday? my memory is horrible these days – my parents gave me a coffee mug with the phrase I stole for the title of this post....