My flash story “Honeypot” appears in today’s 365 Tomorrows.
Photographs Accepted by Locust Candy
Locust Candy (“an independent magazine . . . We love anything and everything from bizarre to abstract to absolute nonsense, as long as there is a story involved”) has accepted three of my photographs: “Watertown Abandoned Industry,” “Wealth Management,” and “Whiskers” for their Spring online issue.
“Nature’s Art” Accepted by Remington Review
The Remington Review, an online publication [that] “strives to publish new, original work by rising poets, fiction and creative nonfiction writers, and visual artists,” has accepted my black and white photo entitled “Nature’s Art” for publication in its Spring 2023 issue.
Attended Somerville Writers and Readers Winter Market
My spouse, Ariel Cohen, and I attended the Somerville Writers and Readers Winter Market at the Somerville Library on Saturday, March 11, 2023. It was billed as serving up “locally sourced, organically grown literature:”
“Here’s your chance to meet several local Somerville authors, hear readings from their work, discover some fantastic literature, talk with writers and readers about book groups, writing groups and more. Come browse, borrow, or buy books by your neighbors and friends! Refreshments will be served.”
Denise Provost (of Bagel Bards fame) moderated the event, which also featured Lloyd Schwartz, Pulitzer Prize winner and poet laureate of Somerville. (Notice I spelled “Pulitzer” correctly? ;-))
Other readers included:
- Dave Ortega, graphic novelist
- Denise Provost, poet
- Lesley Bannatyne, short story author
- Kevin M. McIntosh, novelist
As cliché as it sounds, a good time was had by all!
“To Make a Long Story Short”
“Down On The Farm” Copies Have Arrived
Copies of my new chapbook-length sci-fi story collection “Down On The Farm: Spacey Tails from Flyover Country” arrived last night. The book is available on Amazon.com.
“Trash Day” Accepted by CafeLit
The British e-zine CaféLit has accepted my flash story “Trash Day” for publication on March 4, 2023.