I am excited to announce that I have joined Neshaminy, the Bucks County Historical and Literary Journal, as an editor!
There’s even an official press release. WHEEEEE!
(Pause to re-assume appropriate dignified editor demeanor)
Neshaminy is a joint publication of the Doylestown Historical Society and the Bucks County Writers Workshop and a key part of my local writing community in southeast Pennsylvania. I am very honored to be working alongside some truly talented editors and writers: Executive Editor Don Swaim, fellow editors Bill Stieg and David Updike and our brand new Managing Editor William J. Donahue.
The journal is open year round for submissions of genres of all sorts—including fiction, articles, history, poetry—pertaining in some way to Bucks County.
So if you have any pitches, short stories or poetry, hit me up! I would love to hear your ideas.
Check out the journal’s website for more details about the publication and our submissions policy: http://neshaminyjournal.org.