This is a big weekend for “Geese” – my play about how a gaggle of geese in your parking spot can put everything in perspective will be part of both the Snowdance 10 Minute Comedy Festival presented by the Over Our Head Players in Racine, WI (where it’s been playing all month) and the One Act Festival of New Works at the M.T. Pockets Theatre in Morgantown, WV (where it’s opening tonight)
It’s turning out to be a busy winter for “Geese” – my one-act comedy about how a gaggle of geese wreak havoc on an unsuspecting middle manager and his supportive and understanding (to a point!) wife. “Geese” will be part of the 2020 Snowdance® 16th Anniversary 10 Minute Comedy Festival produced by the Over Our Head Players of Racine, Wisconsin, beginning next week and running through March 1. In addition, I just learned that “Geese” was chosen for the One Act Festival of New Works at the M.T. Pockets Theatre in Morgantown, West Virginia, February 20-23. If you live in either of those areas, and the geese aren’t in your parking spot, you should check it out!
“Squirrels” – my first published short story of the new year – is out now in the Winter 2020 Issue of Door Is A Jar Literary Magazine.
Season’s Greetings from Birchwood Village!
Good write-up here on the Snowdance Comedy Festival. I’ve wanted to be part of this festival for a while now – stoked to have “Geese” in it!
Happy to announce that my play “Geese” will be included as part of the Snowdance Comedy Festival running for five weeks starting January 31 in Racine, Wisconsin and produced by the Over Our Head Players
New Fiction Alert! My short story, “Squirrels,” will be published in the Winter 2020 issue of Door Is A Jar. This is the second time now I’ve had a short story and a play with the same title (previous one was “Geese”) but with different subject matters – a little trivia. I’ll post a link when this goes live in early January!
My short story, “Tattoo,” is live now at The Hamilton Stone Review.
New fiction alert! My short story “Tattoo” has been selected for this fall’s issue of Hamilton Stone Review. I’ll post a link when it goes live.
My short story “Six-Forty-Five” is live now in the current edition of Spank the Carp. This is part of a chapbook I’ve just completed that consists of a series of vignettes written in the second-person point of view to place the reader in the character’s shoes as he struggles to escape the mistakes of his past – heavy stuff, I know, but I tried to give each piece a sort of up-tempo flow so it doesn’t get too bogged down.