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Earn Extra Income Freelance Writing for the Web: Tips by Ernest Dempsey

Ernest Dempsey (a.k.a. Karim Khan, our Man from Pakistan) speaks about freelance writing on Author Access. Interviewed by Irene Watson & Victor R. Volkman.

Beyond Romantic Love: Valentine Love for All

February is here, that month of hearts burning to burnish romantic love relationships. What if February became a month celebrating all types of love? Why not send Valentine’s cards to everyone, not just our sweetie, as we used to do in grade school? Ernest Dempsey, a.k.a. Karim Khan, our Man from Pakistan, sent me the […]

Good News from Pakistan by Karim Khan

Follow this link to read good news from Pakistan: written by Karim Khan, Peshawar, Pakistan. Peaceful Ashora in Hangu Fills the Air with Hope

Author Dempsey Video Interview

Our Man from Pakistan Karim Khan/Ernest Dempsey talks about his book The Blue Fairy and other Tales of Transcendence in this short video interview with Victor Volkman.

Poet Afzal Shauq

Karim Khan, our man in Pakistan, sent me a link revealing the work of poet Afzal Shauq. I think you’ll like it. Karim in country editor for Instanlogs.

Book Round-up: The Blue Fairy; Love Each Day;Swift Winds

My friend Karim Khan (Our Man in Pakistn) writing under the pen name Ernest Dempsey has come out with his fourth book, “The Blue Fairy: and other tales of transcendence (Modern History Press, an imprint of Loving Healing Press, “1 in the World Voices Series). Dempsey’s previous books are: “The Biting Age” (short stories reveling […]

Writing Tip emerges from “Two Candles”—Ernest Dempsey’s new poetry book

Two Candles by Ernest Dempsey My writing pal Ernest Dempsey is also known fondly on Riehlife as “our man in Pakistan”—you can find many blogposts about his work on Riehlife under “Read On” and read his poems under the “Writing Matters” archive categories. I asked him to tell us the story behind the creation of […]

Heart Talk—poem duet by Grace Madison & Ernest Dempsey

“Deep listening from the heart is one half of true communication. Speaking from the heart is the other half.” —Sara Paddison, author Hidden Power of the Heart When I sent this quotation to my friend Grace Madison (she is the mother of Curt Madison, one of my high school chums who know bases in Alaska), […]

Poets, Politics & Pakistan: “Staying Safe: Signs of Attitude Change in My Townsfolk,” by Ernest Dempsey

I asked my friend Ernest Dempsey (pen name of Karim Khan) to write some personal notes about the recent Pakistani elections. I was always so impressed that each time we corresponded, he was busily scribbling away on his poetry collection and other literary endeavors. His latest is inclusion in Howard Wu’s anthology “Random Thoughts,” one […]

Ernest Dempsey new poem “Towards the Light”

Karim Khan (writing under the pen name Ernest Dempsey) has appeared on Riehlife before for a three-day spread when we discussed his book of brilliantly warped short-shorts called “The Biting Age.” Now he has a new book of poetry out titled “Islands of Illusion” and one of his poems is even being considered for nomination […]