a horror story When I was seven years old I watched three grown men try to restrain my skinny little Aunt June and take her away to the Bryce Mental Hospital. June had first been institutionalized as a teenager, but I didn’t know that. She is the mother of my cousins, Bucky and Rita. June lived alone with her two children in the rural community of Lovick, Alabama, just up the hill from the train trestle, in an old building that used to have been a part time auto garage. Uncle Bill, June’s brother, boarded up some walls and put … Continue reading Runs In The Family
<HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>FREE-ART.HTML</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> theuaintsceanmenakedonstageyetbabyblues<BR> A<BR> <H1>FREE</H1> performance<BR> internet <H1>ART</H1> work<BR> <HR> posting: Thursday, November 23, 1995<BR> <HR> <A HREF=”http://laplaza.taos.nm.us/~jtucker/”> http://laplaza.taos.nm.us/~jtucker/</A> <HR> </BODY> </HTML> Continue reading FREE ART – 1995
Dangerous Tabs & Indents by Jim Tucker – 1994 Desktop Publishing Instructor at UNM Taos A person owns special insight when they understand how a certain kind of thing should be put together as a result of their having taken … Continue reading Dangerous Tabs & Indents
What’s on your PowerBook? Jim Tucker Tuesday, April 30, 1996 Last Saturday I went across the Sangre de Christo mountains to consult with the publisher of a mountain community newspaper. On my way to the meeting I passed two large … Continue reading What’s On Your PowerBook?
Paw Paw was big even among the big people. Way over six feet and three hundred pounds, when he stood in the pull pit of the little white frame church in Pell City, Alabama, he looked as big as god. … Continue reading Paw Paw Dying
Final Words of Wisdom from the macguru (circa de Taos 1993) 1. It is all done with ones and zeros and can not be explained. 2. Select and Do. 3. Where’s your stuff? 4. A name for everything and a … Continue reading Final Words of Wisdom