Author Archives: Rob Lucas

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Under a Bridge

Making between ten and twenty speeches every year at libraries and clubs and to school groups, I’m always asked questions about my writing, and one comes up fairly often: “Where do you get your ideas?” Someone always wants to know…. Continue reading

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Never Forget a Face

When I’m invited to speak at a library or an organization, the first thing I do is scan the crowd for a face, or faces, that seem somehow interesting to me. It doesn’t have to be a beautiful one, but… Continue reading

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The Lake Effect

My ex-wife, Gail, whose marriage to me ended in 1978 but with whom I remained good friends until her untimely death early in 2005, was living in her hometown of Denver in the early nineties, and her oldest friend from… Continue reading

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