The Finger Literary Journal: “The Master’s Tool”

I am so pleased to announce my latest short story publication "The Master's Tool" in The Finger Literary Journal. Published by the Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua, NY, the 2020 volume features over 100 pages of creative nonfiction, poetry and flash fiction. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Proserpine, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons My story "The … Continue reading The Finger Literary Journal: “The Master’s Tool”

Latest for Montclair Local: Writing Community, Pandemic Edition

Let's face it.  Things are pretty terrible right now. Even I, an eternal optimist, have been struggling to see the glimmer of light ahead as anything other then an oncoming train. But in this terrible time, I do think its important to note the good things that are happening: summer mornings in the herb garden, … Continue reading Latest for Montclair Local: Writing Community, Pandemic Edition

Presenting THE JERSEY DEVIL: a Collection of Utter Speculation

I am so psyched to announce that my latest short story "Land of Hopes and Dreams" will be featured in THE JERSEY DEVIL from Utter Speculation Publications. And today is cover release day! WOOT! So happy to be included in this anthology along with my fellow writers: LCW Allingham, H.A. Callum, River Eno and Susan … Continue reading Presenting THE JERSEY DEVIL: a Collection of Utter Speculation

Latest for Montclair Local: “The art of shameless self-promotion”

As an artist, promoting your art can be THE WORST.  Don't they know that we are introverts?!?!  Or at least, really awkward around people? In my latest for Montclair Local, I take a lesson from history and buck up the courage to promote my own work, even at the cost of looking a little bit … Continue reading Latest for Montclair Local: “The art of shameless self-promotion”

Latest for Montclair Local: How to Harness the Power of the Deadline

Only ten days late, here is my latest article on the power of the deadline and how it can be harnessed for good: "Deadlines have always had a strong power over me. When I was in fifth grade, my middle school started handing out planners: skinny eight-by-11 books with flimsy laminate covers and a plastic … Continue reading Latest for Montclair Local: How to Harness the Power of the Deadline