Dunlap is a former clinical psychologist, prosecutor,
certified criminal trial lawyer, and judge. He is eminently
qualified to present these stories because he is old and
has firsthand knowledge of the subject matter. He spends his
time, with his wife Anne, alternately making an effort to
behave himself in Florida and trying to bring life to an
early end on the ski slopes of Colorado.
latest work, Days of Rage, is a collection of
short stories inspired by the poem Do not go gentle
into that good night by Dylan Thomas. Although a
poem was the inspiration, these stories are not poetry.
Rather they are brief glimpses into the facts and
foibles of aging in a humorous and uplifting manner.
If you find humor in forgetting why you went into to a
closet; if you don’t quite understand the internet,
computers, or what a twitter might be; if you find
yourself wondering what really does happen when the
lights go out; if you understand that love is life’s
greatest gift – as opposed to being forever young –
you’ll like the ride through these Days of Rage.