I was honored to have my long-form short story “Tryouts” – loosely based on my attempt to make the high school basketball team many years ago – named as a Finalist in this year’s Trifecta Competition sponsored by the Iron Horse Literary Review.
The new issue of Fleas on the Dog is live today – there’s some really great writing in there, and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.
This marks the first time I’ve published one of my plays – “Three Sides” – which was produced at festivals in Cranston, RI and Morgantown, WV.
I also have a piece of flash – “Room 310” – which is featured in my forthcoming chapbook, Three in the Morning and You Don’t Smoke Anymore to be published by Etchings Press. Yes, I have a chapbook coming out, later this month (fingers crossed). As always, I’ll post about it when it happens. Happy Friday!
I wondered how the residents of Birchwood Village might be reacting to the current times, so I just posted this short story on my Medium page – “The Time Everyone in Birchwood Village Came Together Even While They Were Ordered to Stay Apart.” Stay safe and healthy!