karl alexander's Writings
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By Karl Alexander In the early 1900s, when H.G. Wells was worried about book sales, he hired men to wear sandwich boards displaying his latest title to stand in front of London’s bookstores. Though it may have cost him a few pounds, it didn’t change the way he worked or the process of writing and publishing. In the late 1990s, as I recall, a writer still...
Believe it or not, I'm a fifth-generation Angeleno. I was born in the ‘40s when the major cause of pollution in L.A. was residents burning trash in incinerators. A few years later, the city fathers banned incinerators in favor of landfills, but inexplicably...
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