Monday, March 23, 2020

Column: Conversations with Myself

The latest edition of my column, The Company We Keep, is a reflection on isolation, as I strive for perspective during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Upcoming Readings

If you are up for a little literary distraction, grab a cup of tea (and toast, if you must) and join me for a reading from my short story "How Does One Make a Woman Like That Happy?"

Jamie and Julia met at Oxford. “Through that first Winter holiday away from her he had regretted it—it was too new, too much—but back at school, she had taken control of his free fall and said, stop by for toast if you want, and he had.”

They lived a dream life.

But will Jamie's jealousy get the better of him?

As they swim out into the Delaware Bay, what will happen?

Read my story in Furious Gravity, an anthology of Washington-area writers.

Book Events: I will be reading virtually @ Readings on the Pike: May 14th at 7:30 pm.

I'm overwhelmed by the number of people who put this book together, and so many thanks to the ship's captain, Melissa Scholes Young.

With gratitude,

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