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...to Be Chelsea in America. It’s a secret few people share. A club with very few members. It’s most times being the only guy cheering Chelsea at the pub, vastly outnumbered by those bandwagon-jumping muppets known ‘round the world as Man U supporters (there’s always one...

The fantasy fiction blog Adventures in Fiction reviewed "The Lay of Cuthred King" and had great things to say. “Joshua Hampton's "The Lay of Cuthred King" is an homage to Anglo-Saxon poetry. The emphasis in such poetry is not rhyme but alliteration, rhythm, imagery and, of...

I wrote this in 2010 after the passing of my beloved Australian Shepherd. Can’t bring myself to edit or revise it, so here it is looking just about as it did when I first wrote it: The wind chimes in the vet’s office window were low...

Over Land and Sea (and Baltimore!) Where I live, other Chelsea fans are hard to come by. (Everyone seems to be a Man U fan in these parts, sad to say.) Sure, I’ll see the occasional jersey at the pub on match day, but that’s about...

The Chelsea Season That Was So, ladies and gentlemen, there we have it. The 08/09 season has come to an end—and oh what a season it was. There’s another Cup in the trophy case. Anelka netted 25 goals and took home the illustrious gilded footwear. And...

Back from the Brink, Thanks to Hiddink Okay, I’ll admit it. If you’d have told me in early February that Chelsea would lose only once in the next 15 games, secure a spot in the FA Cup final, and make the last four of the Champion’s...