Victor Lana has published numerous stories and articles in literary magazines and online, including his favorite haunt here at Blogcritics. His books A Death in Prague (2002),Move (2003), and The Savage Quiet September Sun: A Collection of 9/11 Stories are available at online bookstores. His new novel, Like a Passing Shadow is now available.
Victor Lana is a native of New York City, where he has studied acting, writing, and literature. He received a doctorate in English from St. John's University, New York, and has taught at every level in education. Please check out his blog.
Perhaps the United Nations could declare a Martin Richard World Peace Day.
Make no mistake – Americans are other!
You shouldn’t go to see this one because it is another Tom Cruise movie but because it is the best Tom Cruise movie to date.
The Boston Marathon attack is a slap in the face to a sleepy-headed America.
New York and Boston are now forever linked as sisters in sorrow, but our example can provide something to remember as Boston slowly heals its wounds.
Assessments are only instruments, and just like drums, guitars, and keyboards, they can make no music without someone to play them.
So, ladies and gentleman, take note that there’s a new kid in town, with emphasis on kid.
Thinking about Reagan and Thatcher as the Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara of the 1980s.
Mr. Obama should name Dennis Rodman as Ambassador to North Korea.
In a plot that seems rather Shakespearean in scope, all the players appear to be in danger of ending up on the floor after a swordfight.