Chapter VII: It was mid-January and I had returned to familiar territory: jobless and scrambling to put together enough income to make it another month.
Copies of "The Road So Far" are no longer available to purchase. I would like to do something about that, but the truth is I have no control over it. "Why?" you ask. Let me tell you a story.
It's been an interesting day. I want to thank everyone who read my article in the Washington Post. I especially want to thank those who reposted it or tweeted it or faxed it or whatever it is you crazy kids are doing these days. The Post allows comments on articles, so I've taken the time … Continue reading Haters gonna… I forget
...begins here. Focusing on how I survive year to year on a rather paltry income, this article is my first national piece. You can also see the traditional paper layout of the story, with the front page here and the full-page continuation here. We bloggers don't get a lot of opportunities like this, so I … Continue reading My Fifteen Minutes…
Here we go folks. This Sunday, October 2nd, 10 Cities/10 Years will receive its first (but hopefully not last) spot of national press. The Washington Post will run a Lyttleton-penned feature article in the Sunday Business section. You'll be able to find the full article on their website, and if you want to see the … Continue reading Meet The Press