I judge each child I meet based on her or his merits. I don’t always end up liking them, but at least those who receive my love have done something to deserve it. I’m not the only one who does.… Read the rest
I’ve done it! I’ve lured my first interesting individual into the trap of answering my Q&A that I developed through extensive scientific research with the intent of bringing out very interesting tidbits from very interesting individuals. (I used google… have you guys heard of this???) I also scraped the deepest wells of my own creativity to come up with these hard hitting questions that the PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW. … Read the rest
Graveyards in the American Midwest feel like missed opportunities.… Read the rest
Posted May 30, 2017
I devoured Humorist/Philosopher Matt Geiger’s new book like a fresh batch of hot, buttered popcorn. The 232 page book, “Geiger Counter: Raised by Wolves &Other Stories,” is a clever mixture of childhood remembrances, St.… Read the rest
…of books and manuscripts from folks requesting I read their work. I am humbled by this, because that’s exactly what I want, too.… Read the rest
Dec 15, 2016
What I want to know is: How has there been this delightful writer living in my area code for more than a decade and I’ve just heard about him?
Each column allows readers to dive into the funny, heartfelt world of Matt Geiger.
Doug Moe, Madison Magazine
Dec 12 2016
What I want to know is: How has there been this delightful writer living in my area code for more than a decade and I’ve just heard about him?… Read the rest
By Dan Mac Alpine
Matt Geiger remembers the shortest route to downtown Ipswich from his childhood home on Appleton Farms was the railroad tracks.
“And it was still a long walk,” Geiger, IHS Class of 1998, said.
Longtime Middleton resident Nick Chiarkas’ debut novel, “Weepers,” is a gritty tale of crime, revenge and redemption on the streets of New York City where the author spent his formative years.
The air was thick with pesticides and the shouts of children.… Read the rest