I hope that people who attempt to read The Dying Fish will see it through to the end. The simple-minded first half, chronicling day to day life in the woods, is setting the stage for something grander in the second half. Hopefully, something worth your time. A few years back, I picked up a […]Read more "Aldo Leopold Revisited"
It’s been a good year for me and my book. I made some sales (though I make only a pittance per sale) and was able to introduce my work to a wide range of interesting people mostly around the northeast though the book has made it to Europe and the west coast also. Last February […]Read more "2016"
Last week found me immersed in humanity, selling my wares on the streets of Greenwich Village – the cultural heart of New York City as I understand it. I was out of place here, certainly, but I value the stretch this provides for my powers of adaptability. If I can survive Greenwich Village, I can […]Read more "Wilderness Visits the Urban Core"
I’ve been back from an engagement at the Heartland Institute for nearly a week and haven’t found time to pen anything about it, until now. However imperfectly I might have rendered my presentation (I seem to be my own worst critic here) I went away happy and fulfilled. I guess that goes along with having […]Read more "Heartland"
This is it. There is a book by Cedric C. Keith now available online. It’s called The Dying Fish – maybe you’ve heard of it. The book was never about either sales or fame – I’m not likely to ever have a lot of either. It was about brook trout, a species of great personal […]Read more "What The Dying Fish is"
We all dream of disappearing into the forest and living there away from noise and people, I think. At least among us men, I’m pretty sure we all do from time to time. I’m one of the few people who’s actually done it – then I wrote a book about it. But there was at […]Read more "The Wild Life"
The book has been in Susan’s capable hands for a couple of weeks now. She’s the one who has all the right skills to perfect the The Dying Fish as a physical product, meaning computer skills, a realm which seems more and more foreign to me, the more time I spend trying learn it. Sunday, […]Read more "Just a book update"