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.
My father always taught me to take the right path instead of the easy one.
Armstrong seemed to be holding onto his own myth like a fisherman who had a 500-pound tuna on the line – one that he knew would get away.
It has been also a privilege to be here and to work alongside so many fine fellow writers.
It is astounding how "smart" this phone truly is, but somehow I feel a little lost with it instead of without it.
Rex Ryan is the most colorful coach or manager of a sports team here in New York since the Yankees' Billy Martin.
The future seems pretty clear to me. One day we will be celebrating “Hallothankschristine’s Days” that will run from October 1 through February 14.
I have been a Jets fan all my life, but this Sunday I contemplated almost the unimaginable: I thought about becoming a Giants fan.
This is not just a children’s film; rather, it is one for adults who wish they were kids again.
No matter how carefully these folks prepare, there is bound to be something to get in their way.
The Jets need a new train, a new conductor, and a new route to a better destination.