“My mother abandoned me in a basket when I was an infant” explains Wentworth Tradd. “The wealthy seasonal visitors who found me and raised me as their own were walking back to their temporary lodgings at the Mills House when they spied me quietly snoozing, just inches from the fragrant evidence of a recent carriage […]
On Birds, Fish, and the Bible
WENTWORTH TRADD smiles distractedly and fingers a silver cross the size of a half dollar as he talks. “Our Lord used fish in His teachings and of course, in his miracle of the loaves and fishes. And the Bible is filled with references to birds: ‘They shall mount up like Eagles, with wings of great […]
What Would Earl Do?
WENTWORTH TRADD has built a 12 story tower in the woods, its stainless steel and glass skin glaring down at unsuspecting visitors like an alien spaceship. “Once I licensed my process to the Department of Defense, I had all of the money I wanted. First thing I did was build this place. The bottom two […]
WT on the Phone
Wentworth Tradd is on the phone. “Wadi, I need you to get me some better distressed plywood. This last batch wasn’t distressed enough. Heck, it wasn’t even really mildly upset. What happened to the formula with, you know, the one with the cow manure? Now that was some great distressing.” He hangs up. “That tape […]