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.
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.
For now the Mets are staring at Opening Day and wondering how to get through the remaining 161 games as quickly as possibly.
On this day we honor Jesus and call the day “good” even if he went through a horrific time that defies comprehension.
In the coming years we may have what really will be the end of education as people know it.
Wright is indeed the franchise, inheriting that title from Tom Seaver, the last player to be considered that important.
The WBC certainly is proof that a true “world” series is something that must eventually happen.
A New Yorker gets separated from a friend from Dublin at the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
One has to like a man who cooks for himself, takes the train to work, and sells off the diocese’s mansion to live in a simple apartment.
The problem with the ban from the beginning is that it made no sense.
For now we Knicks fans are hurting almost as much as our team.