Nothing fancy here. Just a repository for my material.

My humor credits include The New York Times; public radio’s “Morning Edition,” “Marketplace” and “Living on Earth” programs; The Motley Fool; Points in Case; PsychCentral; Speechwriters Newsletter; and sundry other outlets.

I’ve written one novel, Thank God for That, in which the vampires of Washington, D.C., vie with the vultures of Madison Avenue for the title of “Most Likely to Wreck the Republic in the Regular Course of Business.” It’s a close race. The next tale, Right Speech, takes place during … I better not say, just in case I ever finish it.

Should you find yourself in need or want of some words — speech, toast, eulogy, letter of interest, note of apology, a pleading email, a bitter text, a sharp bris quip — let’s talk. No poetry, of course. And if you see something here that you like, would it kill you to let me know? Send me a note.