It was a very good year….
A story published
A Pushcart Prize nomination
An essay about aging
and my thoughts on midlife crisis in the Washington Post
A submission a day and a novel in a month
Retreat dinners and fellowship
And my most beloved sprint friends.
2017 was also a sad year…
I lost my friend Josh, who was funny and smart and a rascal, and who helped me research all things Delaware.
I said goodbye to my father and wrote a tribute to him.
What will 2018 bring? We’ll have to see, and I hope we’ll share it together, either in person or virtually.
Happy New Year, my friends! May the next year bring only good things.
I am happy to be on tap for two dates–a reading and a workshop on character building to start off the month.
AUGUST 4th ART LOOP, 5 – 9 PM at the Delaware Contemporary
Continue reading “August Reading & Workshop”
It is always a delight when a story finds a forever home, to borrow a phrase from the pet adoption world. “Voices” appears in the Summer 2017 issue of Philadelphia Stories, and I could not be more pleased to have my work in that fine publication. Continue reading “What the Audience Knows”