This page is a leftover from the days when you were supposed to link to lots and lots of blogs and hopefully they would link to yours as well. I don’t update this page too often but I think everything on it is still there.
If you like this at all, try my other blog, Hope Street. It’s a family-history jawn with a bunch of American social history thrown in as well. (It’s no longer being updated, but it’s still there, and it was a fun ride.)
I will also begin by flogging the metric arseload of baseball history stories I’ve written for the Society for American Baseball Research. If you like baseball — a few people still do, right? — you might enjoy those. They tend toward the quirky corners.
I’m a big fan of The Hits Just Keep On Comin’, a pop-music and personal blog run by J.A. Bartlett, a DJ, freelance writer, gentleman and scholar from the farmlands of southern Wisconsin. His past work at One Day In Your Life is worth visiting as well.
I don’t stop by Jeff Ash’s AM, Then FM as often as I should. Same with Len O’Kelly’s 45 Ruminations per Megabyte and Wm.’s The Music Of My Life, not to mention Music in the Key of E and The CD Project. And Nick Tavares’ Saves and Shutouts.
As of November 2022 I am no longer active on any other social media platform (except LinkedIn, if that counts), so I can’t/won’t tell you to follow my blather someplace else. I do have a Bandcamp page; you’ve probably already read about it, but if not, it lives here.