All posts by Robert Boucheron

Architect and freelance writer

Biographical Radiogram

My essay “Biographical Radiogram” is posted in The Tishman Review, online at tishmanreview.com. Actually, most of the essay was written by my grandfather, Pierre Boucheron, a radio pioneer. He wrote about his work as the director of advertising at RCA in the 1920s in New York.

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Belmont Sketches

Three short sketches of the Belmont neighborhood are in the current issue of Gravel, gravelmag.com. They are “The Livestock Market,” “The Night Roost” and “Flowering Trees.” Other sketches of Belmont have appeared, such as “Gibson’s Grocery” in Origami Journal, origamijournal.com and “Belmont Park” in Bangalore Review, bangalorereview.com. More are on the way.

Belmont Park

My essay “Belmont Park,” a walk around a popular neighborhood park, is in the current issue of Bangalore Review,  (India) website bangalorereview.com. Click on the Culture tab. I also took the photo of the Oval.

Two new stories

Two of my stories just appeared in free online magazines. “The Man of Straw” is in StepAway Magazine (UK) at stepawaymagazine.com. “The Choir Director” is in Origami Journal (Toronto) at origamijournal.com. I wrote “The Choir Director” as the opening of a mystery novel, of which other pieces have been published. The novel features Louisa Abernethy Jones as a newspaper columnist who investigates the life and death of church organist and choir director Ralph Willis, in Hapsburg, Virginia.