John Christian Hopkins
10/12/14

Well, at least the Boston Herald had the decency to apologize for a blatantly racist cartoon involving ...

John Christian Hopkins
8/31/14

I can close my eyes and remember the day my friend died. I was sitting in the kitchen on the stairs that led to the second floor. It was on the fourth step, where I always sat because it had a large window to my left. 

It was a hot summer day. August 16, 1977....

John Christian Hopkins
8/23/14

There are bad decisions and then there are choices that cause you to scratch your head in confusion....

John Christian Hopkins
8/16/14

No wonder so many famous authors become alcoholics; it can be a lonely, depressing life.

I never chose a writing career, it chose me. I still recall how excited I was to discover my first new word.

It was bat....

John Christian Hopkins
7/25/14

I almost received a new Indian name. It was when Sara and I went to our third Denny's restaurant in three states on the same day. I had been craving Belgian waffles for a week....

John Christian Hopkins
7/5/14

I remember the first time I had to act like a father.

My fiancé—and eventual first ex-wife—worked a couple of nights a week and needed a babysitter. I had lots of experience around kids (my sister has seven), so I figured how hard can it be, right?...

John Christian Hopkins
12/30/13

Well, 2013 started off on a sour note right from the beginning, or do I mean ending? You see I was counting on the world coming to an end, as predicted by Quextifizzle Fo’schizzel, my Mayan Psychic advisor....

John Christian Hopkins
11/29/13

Okay, this is it. I’ve had it, this is the last straw!

Yet again, People magazine snubbed me as its Sexiest Man Alive....

John Christian Hopkins
8/4/13

“Some of you are asking if [the summer session] will end today,” Navajo Nation Council Speaker Johnny Naize said on Wednesday, July 17. “Well, it’s up to you.”

But the odds didn’t look good....

John Christian Hopkins
3/15/13

I never planned to be a failed journalist or a hack writer. Seriously, in my youth, I had big plans that included wealth, women and worldwide fame.

Now I’d settle for a Twinkie and a Diet Coke....

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