Fiction

Hey everyone, just dropping a quick note to let you know that my short story, “Circus,” is live now at Pigeon Review. And just between us, this is an excerpt from a new novel I’m working on. Hope you enjoy!

Fiction

I hope everyone is having a nice holiday weekend. In Birchmont Village, the Labor Day weekend is time for the annual city-wide yard sale – and you never know what treasures you might find. Read all about it here, part of my new short story collection, (Mostly) True Tales From Birchmont Village, available NOW!!!

Chapbook

Today’s the day, friends! My new collection of short stories, (Mostly) True Tales From Birchmont Village is AVAILABLE NOW!!! Order at Amazon, or from your favorite independent bookstore (ISBN: 978-1-7375801-1-9) – and check out the free preview below!

Chapbook

Just a reminder that my new collection of short stories, (Mostly) True Tales From Birchmont Village, comes out this Wednesday (8/11), and in advance of that, here’s a link to my interview in the Authors Guild Member Spotlight. Happy Monday!

Chapbook

Hello my friends, and Happy Monday! I’m excited to announce a launch date of August 11, and a slightly revised cover (to make the title pop), for my new short story collection, (Mostly) True Tales From Birchmont Village. Pre-orders for Kindle eBooks are happening now at Amazon, and a paperback edition will be coming soon. I’m also working on some promotions, so stay tuned!

Chapbook

Hello my friends and Happy Friday! I want to share some exciting news with you AND the cover of my new collection of short stories, (Mostly) True Tales From Birchmont Village. I’m putting the finishing touches on it now for release later this month, but in the meantime, here’s a little blurb to give you an idea of what it’s about – and, as usual, more details will follow!

Meet the residents of Birchmont Village, a close-knit community of quirky characters and eccentrics who, despite their differences, and disagreements, and petty annoyances, always pull together in times of trial and tribulation. Through it all, these townsfolk support one another and, in the process, a lesson is learned, music plays and s’mores are prepared over the warmth of a glowing fire pit. So come along for a year in their lives!

Plays

I received the nicest email today from a teacher in Zambia whose drama class of students ages 10-18 performed several scripts from Drama Notebook, one of which being my play, “Out on a Limb.” It’s so cool to hear about people enjoying your work. And now does that make me a global playwright? Happy Wednesday!