1: Flat regions on either side of the forehead 2: Places or things regarded as having within them a divine presence 3: Devices in looms that keep cloth stretched to the correct width during weaving 4: Buildings reserved for a highly valued function: libraries, temples of learning 5: Phil Temples.
I’m making final edits to a short, 5,000-word piece of cozy detective fiction entitled “Murder on the Eighty-Six.” It’s about an MBTA driver/amateur sleuth who investigates a murder that occurs on his bus. I’m planning to submit to “The Best New England Crime Stories 2020,” to debut at the New England Crime Bake.
From the archives: The Penmen Review published my short fiction story, “Prison Blues” in April, 2016.
Sharing this short story that published in 2015 in The Literary Yard entitled, “The House of Bob.”
I just received an email from my publisher, Moonshine Cove Publishing. Royalties for print and e-book sales of The Allston Variant in 2019 earned me a whopping $14.87. Huzzah! 😉
Seeing this news item reminded me of my short fictional story entitled, “Gravity Hill,” about a gravity anomaly in a small town in Pennsylvania. You can read it in the Penmen Review.
I’m envisioning as a cover for my new anthology, “Paying It Backwards” a stylized image of the Golden Bridge, Bà Nà Hills Resort, near Da Nang, Vietnam:
My friend and fellow Bagel Bard, Zvi Sesling, will be giving a poetry reading along with Jan Schreiber, Judith Steinberg, Deborah Leipziger, and Tino Villanueva at Brookline Booksmith on Friday, January 10, 2020 at 7 PM.