In this follow-up to his first collection of blog essays
(Unhinged), retired journalist Gerald Karey proves he
has by no means run out of insightful and amusing things
to say. From remembrances of learning to live uneasily with
the Bomb to charming stories of a New York City childhood
to imaginative fiction and sharp-witted social commentary,
readers will find that Karey’s Meanderings are a series of
sojourns taking you somewhere you didn’t know you wanted
So, go ahead—skip around in this book, read it in any order.
Pick it up and put it down. Treat it like a low-maintenance
friend. This is not a marathon. This is not a hike. This is not
even a walk. This is Meanderings.