Cross Lake

Jack didn’t know where Billy was leading him, but had promised not to ask questions. They were deep in the woods now, off the hard road north of town. The falling snow covered the ground. “It’s only a little farther,” Billy said. When he finally stopped, Billy knelt beside a lump in the snow and …

Isaac Post, Founding Father of Montrose, Pennsylvania

In my recent collection of poems, I’ve included a piece about Isaac Post. He’s an impressive figure in the history of Montrose, Pennsylvania, with a long list of accomplishments.  In some respects, he might easily compare to Benjamin Franklin, a noble do-gooder and problem solver. Indeed, Emily Blackman and Rhamanthus Stockton (what a name!) recount …