Selected Commentaries

Links to 20th Century commentaries still breathing on ancient, lingering websites:

“RIPPLES ON OUR LIVES”

New Times, 1999

“We should build a memorial to our disappeared women.”

• Winner of the 2000 Golden Quill, International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors

 

“A STALKER AMONG US”

New Times, 1998

“Who among us has crossed paths with the attacker?”

• Winner of the 1999 Golden Quill, International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors, and first place, column writing, from the California Newspaper Publishers Association< /em>

 

“SAN SIMEON’S SHADOW”

New Times, 1998

“How does a dead gull bob in a still lagoon?”

• Winner of first place, column writing, California Newspaper Publishers Association, and a Golden Dozen award, International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors

 

“THE IMPOSSIBLE VALENTINE”

New Times, 1997

“How do lovers know their love is real?”

• A Tribute to New York World Columnist Heywood Broun

 

“THY FATHER’S SPIRIT”

New Times, 1997

“Death is a changing, not an ending.”

• Winner of first place, column writing, from the California Newspaper Publishers Association and a Golden Dozen award from the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors

 

“FREEDOM ON FIRE”

New Times, 1995

“Of course they burned it down.”

• Winner of first place, column writing, from the California Newspaper Publishers Association.

 

“SLUGGARDS OF THE WORLD UNITE”

New Times, 1995

“The cold gray dawn is no time for mirth and laughter.”

• Winner of first place, column writing, from the California Newspaper Publishers Association.

 

“AMERICAN APARTHEID”

New Times, 1994

“We should have free elections in America first.”

• Winner of a Democracy Award from the National Newspaper Association, and second place awards from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists and the California Newspaper Publishers Association.

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