Erin Templeton

Author's details

Name: Erin Templeton
Date registered: January 8, 2013
URL: http://www.eetempleton.com

Latest posts

  1. 2017 Goals — January 3, 2017
  2. My Year of Running: 2016 — December 28, 2016
  3. “For Having Slept Much the Dead Have Grown Strong”: Emanuel Carnevali and William Carlos Williams — December 27, 2016
  4. Paterson: An Epic in Four or Five or Six Parts — December 27, 2016
  5. On Terminators, Trump, and “The Guy” (3) — November 30, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. In Memoriam: Tom Finn — 6 comments
  2. Paris Marathon Race Report — 5 comments
  3. The War on Christmas, Or Red Cups and Refugees — 3 comments
  4. Chlorine is my jam — 2 comments
  5. Stress Fractures ‘R Us — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Aug 02

A Gut Check?

Dirt path along the top of Ireland's Cliffs of Moher

Yesterday was the first day of the rest of my life. Not really. Yesterday was, however, the first day of my next training cycle in which I gun for the California International Marathon on December 4. I’m distinctly unsure about this race. Partly because I have a nagging shin splint that has been hanging around… Continue Reading A Gut Check?

May 30

In Memoriam: Tom Finn

Thomas C Finn

Today is Memorial Day. Amidst the Facebook posts about barbecues and cookouts, picnics and family gatherings, I’ve encountered few reminders of the sorrow and grief inherent in the occasion. As I ran around Spartanburg this morning, I observed a few flags posted in yards or hung in tribute from different porches. But more than those displays of patriotism,… Continue Reading In Memoriam: Tom Finn

Feb 15

Roadkill. Or, Marathon #3: Los Angeles

I usually like to include an image to set the tone for the post, but it seemed rather inappropriate to go looking for the kinds of pictures that this post would require: road kill, wreckage, breakdown . . . So no picture. Let’s get one thing out of the way: yesterday was not my day.… Continue Reading Roadkill. Or, Marathon #3: Los Angeles

Nov 28

Books For Which I Am Thankful

Image of bookshelves on left and right with light shining in the center

I came across one of those listicles this morning where 12 authors gave thanks for a book and really liked that idea a lot, but I couldn’t come up with just one book. The more I thought about it, the more books I came up with, some for personal reasons; others have been important professionally.… Continue Reading Books For Which I Am Thankful

Nov 17

The War on Christmas, Or Red Cups and Refugees

I originally posted this to my FB page, but I decided that it should also live here. I try to keep religion off my Facebook, but I have to get this off my chest. It probably won’t be here for very long. But here goes (update: I guess it’s sticking around. the FB settings for… Continue Reading The War on Christmas, Or Red Cups and Refugees

Jul 31

Weekend Reading: July 31 Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy end of the month, ProfHackers! When you you are enjoying a bit of relaxation or riding the productivity wave, we hope that you’ve had a great July. Here are a few links to give you something to think about or talk about (or both) over the weekend. “From Gamergate …read… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: July 31 Edition

Jul 31

Weekend Reading: July 31 Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy end of the month, ProfHackers! When you you are enjoying a bit of relaxation or riding the productivity wave, we hope that you’ve had a great July. Here are a few links to give you something to think about or talk about (or both) over the weekend. “From Gamergate …read… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: July 31 Edition

Jul 10

Weekend Reading: It’s About Time Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy weekend, ProfHackers! We hope that you’re staying cool in the heat (or warm in the cool if it’s not hot where you happen to be). After another week of turmoil and debate, the Confederate flag was removed from the grounds of the South Carolina Capitol building this morning …read more

Jul 10

Weekend Reading: It’s About Time Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy weekend, ProfHackers! We hope that you’re staying cool in the heat (or warm in the cool if it’s not hot where you happen to be). After another week of turmoil and debate, the Confederate flag was removed from the grounds of the South Carolina Capitol building this morning …read more

Jul 03

Weekend Reading: Fourth of July Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy holiday weekend to our readers in the United States and happy regular weekend to everyone else (and a belated happy Canada day to our neighbors in the north)! According to an article in Vanity Fair, technology isn’t all it’s cracked up to be: “How iPhones Ruined Summer Camp.” Also, for… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: Fourth of July Edition

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