The Rambler

The Rambler

Rod Lee has won regular praise for his thoughtful commentary on people, places and things, current events, and for the slice-of-life stories he writes for his monthly literary journal The Rambler. It is the city of Worcester and Worcester County’s most interesting read! Rod’s “Rambles & Rumbles” column addresses such themes as the refusal of some to wear face masks as a counter to the Covid-19 pandemic, “The original (and irrepressible) John DiPietro,” a Hampton Beach vacation gone wrong, “The Catholic way…a noble faith, fractured at the top,” and chickens on the loose from a neighbor’s yard. Readers of The Rambler are keen on the publication’s importance to public discourse in the region.
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Testimonials

Praise For The Rambler!

“Thanks so much for sending me a glossy copy of the article about me in this month’s issue of The Rambler. Your support over the years has been greatly appreciated. As always, I enjoyed your latest issue. It was packed with several informative articles and information about people both local and historic. I especially enjoyed reading the reflections of Nick Miglionico, Douglas police chief, on the death of George Floyd and how the training and care of his officers would never allow that to happen in Douglas. The Rambler has quickly become a popular journal whose subscribers look forward to its monthly online arrival. Keep reflecting and writing.” — At Large Worcester City Councilor Gary Rosen