Tiny White Box receives a huge gift

Saturday, January 20, 2018 Keith Howard 0
I discovered a serious blow to my solitary life, a slap to my hermitic face, a forced attack on my writer’s retreat. Some bastard left a bushel of progress at the Tiny White Box, and I didn’t have the opportunity to refuse to sign for it. Let me explain.



By the Light of Burning Tires I Watched My Life Go By

Sunday, June 3, 2018 Keith Howard 0
As I write this, it was a week ago that I spent my last night in Pittsburg, five miles from the Canadian border, alone outside the Tiny White Box. Wanting to mark the occasion, I built a small campfire in a fire pit as the sun was going down. There, I meditated on what I’ve lived in the last nine months, reviewed the writing I’ve done (and left undone) and thought about the next stage of my journey. READ MORE

You Can’t Wring Your Hands with a Fist in the Air

Sunday, February 25, 2018 Keith Howard 0
This was the tragedy, the kind of horror that usually leads to interviews with mothers and sisters of the victims, candlelit vigils and hand-wringing exclamations. Like a well-choreographed kabuki performance, the victims are remembered as saints, the families are cherished for the stiff upper lips and the incident slowly moves into the past like a sailboat disappearing into the fog. READ MORE

A pompous clown answers your questions

Saturday, February 17, 2018 Keith Howard 0
Tuesday, February 13th: Life in a Tiny White Box Why this blogger is taking a time-out in NH’s northernmost town. After the other night’s “Chronicle” episode, I was besieged with messages from old readers, new READ MORE

A Thousand Words about Seven Pictures

Sunday, February 11, 2018 Keith Howard 0
Obligatory Promotional Paragraph: The segment on the Tiny White Box is scheduled to air Tuesday, February 13, at 7 p.m. on WMUR Channel 9, Manchester. While I’m having dinner with a friend in Manchester at 5 or so that evening, I have not decided where or whether to watch the show. If you’d like me to attend your Chronicle Watch Party, please contact my management agency. READ MORE