Should the present president of the United States be doing hard time?
Who benefits the most from corporations being considered citizens under the law?
Is profiting from the denial of human rights the same as slavery?
What's a damn fine Belgian ale recipe?
Selected writings of Peter Breschard
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About the Author
Eschewing a narrowly focused career path, Breschard has at various times paid dues to the United Auto Workers, the Teamsters, the Screen Actors Guild, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and the Federation of Government Employees.
Working as a cabbie, teacher, social worker, actor, federal agent, bookstore scout, production accountant, background artist, PC mechanic, census enumerator, stand-in, carpenter, floral deliveryperson, paperboy, caddy, Wall Street drone, portrayer of fictional characters; Breschard has never endorsed Hemingway's dictum regarding wars and writing.
A graduate in Philosophy and English from the Honors Program at Boston College, certainly enough was enough.
Peter Breschard's fictions have appeared in numerous publications. IN THE WIND, a collection of shorter works, as well as, IMELDA AND FRIENDS, a novel, are available through most booksellers. CIRCUS RIDER, a novel history, has of late been received with appropriate enthusiasm.
The one time in his adult life Breschard was atop a horse, he received payment for doing so.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An entirely enjoyable read. For everyone who wonders why things aren't as on the level as they should be.
Some of the most insightful and enjoyable writing I've come across in a long time.