Reports from Dark Acres is a journal devoted to current events, sports, and the arts, written mostly by Bill Vaughn, with occasional outbursts from cartoonists and other writers.
Look for new Reports from Dark Acres every day. Or so.
Bill Vaughn is a contributing editor for Outside Magazine, and the author of First, a little Chee-Chee, a collection of essays about extremely weird sports. His articles have appeared in Outside, The Men's Journal, Ski, Salon, T Magazine, AARP, New West, American Cowboy, numerous other publications, and in a dozen anthologies, including The Best American Magazine Writing 2001, and Dog Is My Co-Pilot, a New York Times best-seller. He also wrote the introduction to a photography collection from Norton called Hip Hop Hares. And sang a Boy Scout song on National Public Radio.
The most recent of Vaughn's contributions to books is an essay about ranching in Working America, a coffee-table tome published by Toyota.
That’s Vaughn up there in the banner, riding Scarlett, his palomino mare. His wife, Kitty, is next to him, sitting on her paint gelding, the incomparable Rolex. The place? Dark Acres.
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Photograph above by James Minchin. See his website at: jamesminchin.com