Yours truly setting up.
Lon Kelly, myself and Greg Florence.
Bill and Helen Craver. Bill and I have known each other since we were eight years old.
Joe Bolyard is a Charleston artist I became acquainted with on Facebook. It was nice to meet him in person.
Steve Hill and I. We've been friends for about thirty years. Steve is an extraordinary musician and plays bass on the Mountain Stage NPR radio show. He was the person who told me I should be reading the Far Side.
Beth Chesney Frampton and I. Beth's dad baptized me when I was a baby. More than a few folks think it didn't quite take.
My stepmother, Ruth.
A blurry shot of Nathan Diller singing in the cafe.
My brother rocking the house.
That's Rudy Panucci on the far left. Rudy has been documenting the local music and art scene in Charleston for around ten years. I think someone should write a story about him. Not sure who the woman is, but she's having fun!
My brother Brian, my sisters Kathy and Charlotte and myself.
Waiting to film an interview for the television show, West Virginia Authors.
Show host, Gordon Simmons and I talking about cartoons. I was much more nervous than I appear.