This is a strange time, is it not my Queen? With the valley shrouded in pooling fog, the days have darkened and the Elk have been proving themselves increasingly difficult to be tallied. Their hooves have forked in three directions: where the Root drinks from the Vein, where the Tongue burrows into sand, and where the Stones From Afar circle The Forest’s edge.
The name Rabbi Bob comes from my role in the Coaster Theatre production of Fiddler on the Roof in 2006. In addition to writing for the Edge, I write for HIPFiSH, and also tutor at the community college. I love hosting All Kinds of Folk and Bedtime Stories on KMUN, and also love to sing with the North Coast Chorale. And yes, I love to portray other people on stage. I'm a New Yorker that has lived in Berkeley, Adelaide and Seattle. I've lived in Astoria for the past 6 years with my beautiful wife Nancy and my son Tevan, as well as the cats and whatever they bring in.