Odds & Sods

Upcoming Theme Weeks announced for Silverback Digest: Week of March 8 ... "A Deep Dive into Dolly" Parton Week Week of March 15 ... Cutest Grandkid Contest (send your best pics) Week of March 22 ... Mud Season Special And in other News of the Jungle ... SB Todd's (Wall St. Silverbacks) son Craig will... Continue Reading →

Wander of Wanders

Deborah McDermott Deborah McDermott is a recently retired newspaper journalist, and has spent a lifetime crafting and editing words for a large audience. She is asking your indulgence to follow her as she embarks on a new life in Ireland and Europe, and she is particularly interested in reaching older women and men who have... Continue Reading →

The Tiny Cottage of Vance and Al

We're living in times where small is beautiful, a phrase coined by E.F. Schumacher to make the argument that the bigger-is-better philosophy of unchecked capitalism is fraught with dangerous downsides. Were he alive today, he would point to climate change, the current pandemic, and the increasing disparity in the distribution of wealth as proof. Acceptance... Continue Reading →

Baseball Story from SB J

THE NIGHT CARL DeCARLO WENT DOWN I can see him now, that long-ago summer night in our Smalltown USA ballfield, under the lights, striding up to home plate to meet his Destiny. Now, Carl DeCarlo was one of those strikingly handsome bachelors that women of all ages and political persuasions swoon over. One of those.... Continue Reading →

It’s My Birthday!

It's all about me today! I am king of the Jungle I will begin by mating with all the Silverbelles in my harem: That will make me hungry, so I will eat some breakfast: Royalty-free stock illustration of a gorilla standing up as it eats a banana. Now, what to do? I think I'll practice... Continue Reading →

Universe of Two

Rated: A double-thump, and 5 out of 5 Oo-oos by Silverback Jim (Enjoy Yourself Silverbacks) What a pleasure for the reader to see an already fine novelist grow and get even better with his skill and commitment to excellence. Vermont author Stephen P. Kiernan’s past works were fine, much more than competent novels, but his... Continue Reading →

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