Daily Archives: November 13, 2014

Julie Clark: “Nothing Stood in Her Way” as a pilot

 Her father, a pilot, was killed just one year after her mother died. Captain Ernie Clark flew back in the days of unlocked cockpit doors. In 1964, a passenger walked into the cockpit with a gun and shot the captain and … Continue reading

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Pilot Patty Wagstaff aka “Aerobatic Savant” – Once strapped in, the tigress comes out to play

Fire and Air: A Life on the Edge  Chicago Review Press; First Edition edition (May 1997) Patty Wagstaff. Her name should be as familiar to us as Jackie Cochran or Wiley Post. “Patty Wagstaff is a national treasure,” says Louie … Continue reading

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Tim O’Brien

Why do the best writers profess to be jealous of other great writers? Sam Neumann, whose novel “Emails from Heaven” left me reeling, has reviewed another novelist with that same admiration and “envy” I feel for Sam’s own novel. Here’s Sam’s goodreads review: In … Continue reading

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