This site is dedicated to the memory of my father and Milton Menell, his best friend. Milton was a small business pioneer in audiovisual technology, and I'm sure if he were alive today, he would be at the forefront of the digital revolution.
I must have been about 7 or 8-years old, when Milton was playing in one of the occasional Saturday evening poker games.that my dad used to host in our den. As usual, I was hovering around, observing. Milton caught my eye, and he said: "My money's on Wendy."
I'll always remember his vote of confidence.
Also, I am grateful to Dr. Richard Zoppa--the psychiatrist who "outed" me as a writer many, many years ago. At the very least, it has allowed me to vent:
A Call to Alms
Who Shot Mental Health Care Part I
The Conclusion of My Mental Health Crisis
The Mental Health Jungle
Never Say Never