Dulce et Decorum Est
I spent part of the Memorial Day weekend watching Lewis Milestone’s 1930 film adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s landmark antiwar novel All Quiet on the Western Front.
“The cobbler’s children have no shoes,” the old adage says.
The question looms: Can people who write all day long find time to chronicle the passions, obstacles, and guilty pleasures that drive and influence their work? Behold the result.