15 October 2010
BY CHASE PURDY
The News Virginian

STAUNTON - Admittedly, Paul McCormick answers to a fickle muse.

Ideas come to him on breezy and unexpected whims, and during the most benign and everyday of circumstances.

A family barbecue, a holiday party; each inspiration arrives as unannounced as the last.

He’ll excuse himself from the room and start scratching notes on paper.

Then later, reading over his work, his wife, Bernadette, might say, “You thought about this during a barbecue?”


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