Bruce Mozert: Pioneer of Underwater American Glamour

Most people follow prescribed paths, trusting that life will be fulfilling. Sometimes an enterprising spirit and persistence have more success. Born Robert Bruce Moser in Newark, Ohio in 1916, Bruce Mozert's first job out of high school was that of a truck driver carrying coal to the northeast. Declaring himself "too sensitive" for that line of work, he soon moved to New … Continue reading Bruce Mozert: Pioneer of Underwater American Glamour

Laughter and Light: Self Determination and Providence in the World of Wobbly Barstool

Have you ever wondered what novels Charles Dickens might have written if he possessed a sunnier disposition? Meet Wobbly Barstool. Jane Lowy's Wobbly Barstool puts a clever spin on the Victorian novel. The plot shares common elements with Dicken's classic Great Expectations, including hidden and mistaken identities, adults scheming over the lives of their children, thwarted lives and … Continue reading Laughter and Light: Self Determination and Providence in the World of Wobbly Barstool