The Irish Waterfront is focus of an interview over New York’s WBAI radio Saturday at 1:30 P.M. I’ll be speaking via cell phone from Atlantic City, where my wife Kristina Chew is speaking at the annual convention of Autism New Jersey, an advocacy group devoted to a cause which is central to our family’s life and vocation. My plans were very nearly “derailed” when I left the cell phone on a westbound New Jersey Transit commuter train, but when I met the same train headed back to Newark a heroic conductor was standing in the vestibule with phone in hand. Thank you; like to think it’s good karma after my years of extolling the railroad against its legion of critics. So looks like I’ll be on with Sandy Boyer after all, followed by a kayak adventure with Charlie the Gent in Barnegat Bay.
P.S. The Irish Waterfront is now in its third printing and we thank you readers and friends; we thank you.