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Author blog for Keith Skinner featuring fiction, memoir, travel, and essays.
Blog Added: August 13, 2014 11:53:15 PM
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The Pilgrimage Chronicles: New Anthology, Soon to be Released

I'm honored to be included in The Pilgrimage Chronicles, a collection of 30 essays about pilgrimages worldwide with dramatic cover art by Lorie Karnath. Continue Reading → The post The Pilgrimage Chronicles: New Anthology, Soon to be Released appeared first on Keith Skinner, Author. ©2013 "Keith Skinner, Author". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact...



Chéticamp Brigadoon: Tangled Music Traditions in Cape Breton

Cultural traditions are not always as they seem and their origins are often more complicated than we imagine. So it is with the Acadians and Scots of Nova Scotia, whose unlikely convergence on Cape Breton helped preserve tangled traditions that first traveled to the island with their ancestors many generations earlier. Continue Reading → The post Chéticamp Brigadoon: Tangled Music Traditions in Cape Breton appeared first on Keith Skinner, Author. ©2013 "Keith Skinner, Author". Use of this...



The Jackass Hill Mystery

He’d been silent, the other man at the bar, gazing into his glass of whiskey before growing animated at the mention of Mark Twain. “I met Twain one time, you know, out near Jackass Hill.” “You look pretty good for a hundred and fifty years old,” I said in jest, assuming he wasn’t serious. “It wasn’t all that long ago; a few years back,” he answered in a matter-of-fact tone, though he had a faraway look in his eyes as he said it. “For a few hours that day,” he continued,...



Inside the Tower: Robinson Jeffers’ Tor House

"A chill rippled across my skin as I realized that we were standing in that very room and the bed before me was the subject of the poem — the death-bed in 'The Bed by the Window.' Robinson Jeffers had written the poem as a young man shortly after building the house. Many years later, he had indeed died in the room, thereby fulfilling its destiny." Continue Reading → The post Inside the Tower: Robinson Jeffers’ Tor House appeared first on Keith Skinner, Author. ©2013 "Keith Skinner,...



Uncovering 1866 Greenwood — Mendocino County Frontier Town

The random discovery of an 1866 survey map allows a historical novelist to better reconstruct the frontier town of Greenwood (Elk, CA) along the Mendocino Coast. Continue Reading → The post Uncovering 1866 Greenwood — Mendocino County Frontier Town appeared first on Keith Skinner, Author. ©2013 "Keith Skinner, Author". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please...



Native Americans of the Redwood Coast

When lumber mills first began sprouting up along the 19th century Mendocino coast, Native Americans were still a constant presence. Many indigenous place names were adopted by settlers and remain with us to this day. Others have faded into obscurity. We know, for instance, that the area now known as Mendocino village was originally called Bool-Dam or Buldam by subgroups of the Northern Pomo. Bool-Dam meant "big holes" and referred to the blowholes on the Mendocino headlands. Early maps created...



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