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Birds By Noel McKeehan
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This is a small collection of images of the various birds one sees on Lopez Island Washington. None of them are identified, so the collection functions as a bird walk in which the walker needs to... More > identify each bird encountered.< Less
Saigon 1967: Shadow and Memory By Noel McKeehan
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This is the story of how a young American - that would be the author - psychologically survived the absurd waste of time, money and life that was the Vietnam War. In the spirit of full disclosure,... More > this is not a “What did you do in the war, Daddy” sort of book. This is a “How I best remember getting through it” sort of book. To that end, the tongue engages the cheek just enough to attempt to take the edge off the deadly seriousness of the whole thing. Everything told here is true and happened in the manner described. I should point out, however, that I report events as if I were Pogo – Walt Kelly’s brilliantly conceived observer of the ebb and flow of things. Through Pogo’s eyes things always looked ridiculous.< Less
A Curious Confluence: The Story of Adrianna By Noel McKeehan
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A young woman is called to Paris to settle the final affairs of her father who has been on a multi-month visit. He had said to her just prior to his departure that he was going to “perhaps... More > write, certainly gather images, and probably regale myself, and I hope, the world with daily posts to my blog”. But something went awry. A few months into the sojourn her father became a missing person. Then he became a “more than 50% certain” corpse found floating in the Seine. Morganna went to Paris. She had not read any of her father’s blog posts. In the apartment, with occasionally little to do, Morganna began to read the blog. A completely off-center tale began to emerge. The more she read the stranger became the story. Then she discovered the old journal her father referenced in his posts. Reading that journal, in juxtaposition with the blog, a strange story unfolded. If one took that story at face value it told of the recommencement of a love story spanning millennia.< Less
Saigon 1967 By Noel McKeehan
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This is the story of how a young American - that would be the author - psychologically survived the absurd waste of time, money and life that was the Vietnam War. In the spirit of full disclosure,... More > this is not a “What did you do in the war, Daddy” sort of book. This is a “How I best remember getting through it” sort of book. To that end, the tongue engages the cheek just enough to attempt to take the edge off the deadly seriousness of the whole thing. Everything told here is true and happened in the manner described. I should point out, however, that I report events as if I were Pogo – Walt Kelly’s brilliantly conceived observer of the ebb and flow of things. Through Pogo’s eyes things always looked ridiculous.< Less
Closing Time By Noel McKeehan
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This is a story about death, life and the ever present cosmic clock that tells us when it’s closing time.
A Curious Confluence By Noel McKeehan
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A young woman is called to Paris to settle the final affairs of her father. He had been on a multi-month visit there. But something went awry.. A few months into the sojourn her father becomes a... More > missing person. Then he is identified as the corpse found floating in the Seine. While waiting for the French legal system to adjudicate the situation, the young woman takes up residence in her father’s apartment. He kept a blog. She starts to read it. A completely off-center tale begins to emerge. From the very first post he is telling a story that sounds like the ravings of a madman. Then she discovers the old journal referenced in the blog. Reading that journal, in juxtaposition with the blog, a genuinely bizarre story unfolds. That juxtaposition tells of the recommencement of a love story spanning millennia. A curious confluence is that story.< Less
Closing Time By Noel McKeehan
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This is a story about death, about life and about the ever present cosmic clock that tells us when it’s closing time.
Screen Saver By Noel McKeehan
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Some fairly serious shit has happened in the last sixty years. As fate would have it, I was fairly close to the central point of a lot of that shit - albeit in some cases only briefly;... More > "shit" it seems, has a fairly long half life. As time has passed I have found it increasingly difficult -impossible really - to turn off a continued remembrance of the events and places and people that inhabited the story boards of all of that shit. They just won't leave me alone. So I have written it, and them, all down. One bookend of the story was my involvement in the "war effort", as we called the Vietnam debacle. The other was the near demise of IBM. Between those bookends there lurk a wide variety of people, experiences and events that always seemed, as they occurred, to be coherently additive to the total story.< Less

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