Month: September 2017

JUDGE DANA MARKS ON THE IMMIGRATION COURT SYSTEM

JUDGE DANA MARKS ON THE IMMIGRATION COURT SYSTEM

  When I was in practice I represented people in criminal cases but also in immigration court. Judge Dana Marks of the San Francisco Immigration Court  was one of the finest jurists I ever appeared before in any court. She provides a compelling account of the mess in our immigration court system. Maybe someday I’ll …

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Shana Tova

Shana Tova

I wish all of my fellow Members of the Tribe a sweet, peaceful and joyous 5778. I wish the same to all people everywhere as well. I celebrated the holiday here in Bangkok with my fellow congregants at the Thailand Progressive Jewish Congregation. These photos of several members were taken today at Benjasiri Park where …

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THE NOSE JONES- First story I ever wrote

THE NOSE JONES- First story I ever wrote

photo originally posted on krbo.wordpress.com This is the first fiction story I ever wrote. The first version was written for a creative writing class in college, and I submitted a revised version as part of my application for a Master’s Program in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. A further revision was one of a …

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REAL LIFE LESSONS FOR CRIME FICTION WRITERS

REAL LIFE LESSONS FOR CRIME FICTION WRITERS

This is a great New York Times article for those who write crime novels or short stories; it is  relevant to screen and script writing as well. It shows that organized crime, New York style, is still around, and  in the news. This means that there is going to be a audience for what is …

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I HAVE FINISHED MY NOVEL-SORT OF

I HAVE FINISHED MY NOVEL-SORT OF

I am proud to announce that I have at last completed the first draft of the  novel I have been toiling away on for the past two years. The novel is tentatively titled “The NJA Club” and not surprisingly is set in Bangkok, where I’ve been living during that time. The protagonist is a former …

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