I had a wonderful education in storytelling. From 1994 to 2012 I covered the world of television as it underwent a narrative revolution, with stories, characters, and production values unlike any we’d seen before.

Since then my wife Diane Eickhoff and I have written and published six historical books featuring people, events, and movements that resonate across the passage of time. We’re working on number seven, a unique narrative of the early vegetarian movement. I’ve also returned to the television beat after a long hiatus, as TV critic for the site Primetimer.com.

Two ebooks - 39 Reasons Why I Went Vegan and, 52 History Films You Must See, sent to subscribers to my mailing list

Since 1994 I’ve used an email list to send out my newest writings. Aaron Barnhart Speaking of Everything goes out every other Friday. When you sign up for the list you’ll get the above ebooks: 52 History Films You Must See and my upcoming 39 Reasons Why I Went (And Somehow Stayed) Vegan.

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You can read more about me, or glance at past issues of ABSOE.

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