Steve Hauk's Writings
By Steve Hauk I think you can fall for a writer's character as much as his or her art. Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard is one of the world's great plays, but I am equally charmed by the Russian playwright's grace, sensitivity, and look. Oscar Wilde and William Shakespeare are also writers whose lives intrigue me as much as their work. In the last year I have added...
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In the late 1930s, a young couple, Jean and Bruce Ariss, were living on Huckleberry Hill in Monterey, California. Jean, a writer, and Bruce, an artist, had arrived a few years earlier from the San Francisco Bay Area. It didn’t take the charming and talented couple long to establish a presence in Monterey, which teemed with writers, artists, and poets. The Arisses...
Born and raised in St. Louis. In fourth grade at Mary Queen of Peace, a Catholic school in the suburb of Webster Groves, a Mrs. Vanderbrook gave me a 5 (equivalent to an A in public schools) in English; made me feel good about myself. Wrestled at Kirkwood...
Causes Steve Hauk Supports
City of Pacific Grove Public Library, Pacific Grove, California; Animal Friends Rescue Project, Pacific Grove; Animal Welfare Information and Assistance,...