Contact

I enjoy hearing from both regular readers and those who have just stumbled across my page. I always encourage you to comment on any post that you have loved, hated or felt physically harmed by. If you wish to contact me directly, please use either of the below e-mail addresses.

Also, I am currently seeking representation from any interested agents or publishers.

Contact me:

lyttleton@10cities10years.com 

10cities10years@gmail.com

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7 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi Joe,

    I just want you to know, I saw your article in WaPo and sought you out on Google. Your odyssey sounds a lot like mine. Though it was more like seven cities in twenty years, Seattle being the last one stateside, always with the intention of broadening my outlook for the sake of writing fiction. I finally got some screenplays and a novel out of it and, like you, still trying to publish. Give me a visit sometime. http://bonalibro.us.

  2. Hi Joe, we would like to help you with your project. Ever think about rent-free living? If you would be interested in having one of your future year long adventures be a rent-free living opportunity as a housesitter or property caretaker – let me know, and at no cost to you – we’ll do our best to find you a housesitter or property caretaker gig for a year.


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    Gary C. Dunn, Publisher
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  3. You asked for poetry ideas: where does the fire go?
    The fire of one’s youthful loins when it turns gray and mellow.
    where does it go?
    Should we fight the change?
    Flow the change?

  4. just saw story about u on king 5. add me to the ‘jealous’ column. sixteen-year boeing engineer with more than a minor in philosophy and major lifelong travel bug, whadyathink? saving grace has been significant opportunities to visit suppliers and now a ‘december’ hubby whose retirement will allow me to return to writing. best wishes and happy travels to you!

  5. Hi Joseph, what’s new up there in Boston? drop me some snail mail at 1111 N. Hilton Rd., Wilm., DE 19803 when you get a chance. Q: How are the used book stores? Is there one called: 2nd and Charles? If so, check it out, they have free book bins outside! I get great books to read, sell or trade at other stores!

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