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I work on the copy desk, The Sun's quality control, keeping The Sun timely, typographically clean, well-written _ and mistake-free. (My favorite almost-mistake was when the reporter covering the release of the last Harry Potter book wrote "elocution" for "Occlumency;" management said I'd "saved us from the wrath of the Potterites.")
In more than 3 decades at The Sun, I've also reported, written features, book reviews and commentaries and edited the book pages and the Sunday Perspective section. I've covered sports in New York/New Jersey, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, and traveled in the U.S. and Canada, Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific.
Other than family and friends, my first love is books: literature, including crime and fantasy/science fiction, history, biography, public affairs, travel and sports. And wordplay: puns, allusions, etc. Also, music, movies, theater, football, baseball, religious affairs and traveling.