Just published an essay on Medium – “How I Lost My Colon, But Regained My Life” – this is adapted from my recently completed memoir.
New writing forthcoming – my short-short “8:30” – in the next online issue of Crack The Spine.
Just read my short story, “Bumps,” and was interviewed for The Other Stories Podcast. Great experience! Kudos to Ilana and her staff. I always like it when I learn something about my writing that I hadn’t realized before. My episode should be live in a couple weeks – I’ll be sure to post the link.
If anyone is in my old home state of North Carolina this weekend, head to The Storefront Theatre in Waxhaw for We Like Short Shorts: A Festival of 10 Minute Plays. My play, “When I Get To Heaven,” about two old curmudgeons trying to find some meaning in a home improvement project gone awry, will be featured along with a full slate of what I am sure are some outstanding plays.
I wrote a short-short – “8:30” – walking into work on a dreary Monday morning a few months ago that will appear in the upcoming online issue of Crack the Spine – I’ll post the link as soon as it goes live.
My play, “When I Get To Heaven,” received honorable mention in We Love Short Shorts: A Festival of 10-Minute Plays sponsored by The Storefront Theatre in Waxhaw, North Carolina, and will be presented there as a staged reading in March. Happy New Year!
My short story, “All Those Devils,” has been selected to appear in Dime Store Review‘s print edition, Volume 2, Issue 3, 2017, soon to be available on Amazon.
Because I ran the annual 5K Santa Sprint today, I am re-posting a piece, “The Old Man and the Santa Sprint,” that I wrote about my experience in this supposed fun-run a couple years ago – and how dare anyone call me an old man! Happy Holidays!
My short story, “Bumps,” which first appeared in 2 Elizabeths last year, has just been republished in the Fall 2017 issue of Razor Lit Mag as a finalist in the Fiction Open Contest. Check it out – the layout of this magazine is great, as are the other stories! – along with the “Behind the Razor” feature that follows, where I provide some insight into what inspired me to write this piece, another in my collection of “Sadie Stories.”