Early Thoughts Of A Young Man by Philip J. Sipkov
Early Thoughts of a Young Man is a collection of Philip’s poems while he was a student at the George Washington University. The mix of poems and prose are printed including an introduction by his father, Dr. Ivan Sipkov.
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About the Author
A native of Washington, D.C., Phil's life has revolved around two passions - books and horses. He refers to them as the indoors and outdoors of his existence. He was a bookseller that eventually became a manager of a small bookstore. He was a stable hand or "mucker," an exercise boy/rider, and a groom for members of the the foxhunting clubs. In time he managed a small riding academy with his wife and daughter. Through it all, the books proved to be his mainstay. He has been an employee of the Library of Congress for the past 27 years. As for the horses - they are still his passion - but not his paycheck.