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Please Don't Call Me Robert by RobSRice, literature

Caller by RobSRice, literature

Standing Alone by RobSRice, literature

Night Thoughts of a Poet by RobSRice, literature

Old Iron by RobSRice, literature

New Kingston, Pennsylvania: Troll vs. Giant by RobSRice, literature

Yorktown by RobSRice, literature

Russell Johnson, 1924-2014 by RobSRice, literature

God D___n You, Cat by RobSRice, literature

Blows by RobSRice, literature

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Rob S. Rice has long had a fascination with the histories of war, technology, and always the sea. He has delivered papers before the American Philological Association, lectured at Annapolis and has taught subjects from Mythology to Roman History. Before all THAT, he won the 1st Del Rey ‘Writers of Tomorrow’ contest in 1983, the bug bit hard and early, and has never quite let him go.

His articles on the U.S. Navy appear in the respected Reader’s Guide to Military History. He also wrote sections of Fighting Techniques of the Ancient World, Fighting Techniques of the Early Modern Era, and other non-fiction. He has three books of historical fantasy out from The Esterhazy Press: Archival: Most Secret; Darkness in the Mirror, and The Chronicles of Loquacious, Centaur, of Rhodes.

Dr. Rice is an accomplished marksman, a published poet and a street actor and historical consultant for the Colorado Renaissance Festival in Larkspur. He is the cherishing owner of Big Dodge, his 1970 Dodge Dart, and Winston, a 1984 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper.
He lives near Denver, Colorado.

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Donna Barr, Arthur Rackham, Arnold Boecklin
Favourite Movies
A Man for All Seasons, How to Train Your Dragon, Outland
Favourite TV Shows
King of the Hill, Land of the Lost, Q.E.D.
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Michael Oldfield, Cake, Fun, The Strawbs
Favourite Books
The Circus of Dr. Lao
Favourite Writers
Jack Vance, Rudyard Kipling, Lord Dunsany, H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Rice Burroughs, A. Merritt, William Shakespeare, Charles G. Finney
Tools of the Trade
A Desktop the Size of Clarke's Monolith
Other Interests
Poetry, Photography, History, Automobiles

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May your Muse laughingly cajole, convince, inspire, and take you on a beautiful and worthwhile drive to places and happy adventures you've never even imagined. May a justified belief that something wonderful is just around the corner brighten your life forever. May you not doubt your abilities, but labor successfully to expand them. May your dreams not prove nightmares, may you glimpse other strange worlds and let us share them with you--may those you love rejoice in you, and you in them, may joy and inspiration be faithful, friendly companions and helpers always. Happy Birthday, old friend. Everybody didn't forget--AND YOU KNOW IT!
Thanks for watching, and the llama!
You and I have similar interests, I have enjoyed your work, and hope you will enjoy mine.
I thoroughly enjoyed "The Chronicles of Loquacious,' and look forward to reading "Acts of Heroes." Alas, the only travel I'm doing lately is by car, so not getting much reading done, but it is on my reading list, just waiting for the Kindle edition. 
I am doing my best to get ALL my works out as E-texts.  It is taking far more time after I did nearly all the work than I thought it would.  I would still enjoy a conversation on Google Plus or the like at any time we can arrange it.
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Thank you for the favourite!
Thank you very much for sharing beautiful works of creativity!