“Pariah” Accepted by “10 By 10 Flash”
Zvi Sesling’s 10 By 10 Flash has accepted my micro story entitled “Pariah” for publication for its first year anniversary edition in June, 2023.
“Lie vs. Lay”
“Valley of Gold” Accepted in “Defuncted: A Collection of Abandoned Things”
One of my earliest short stories, “Valley of Gold,” was accepted and published in what is now a defunct publication known as “Separate Worlds.”
Although I can no longer find my story on this site, I’ve discovered a unique market called “Defuncted: A Collection of Abandoned Things” with this simple mission:
“This project started because I wanted to find a forever home for some of my work that had previously appeared in journals which have now gone defunct. . . . [T]hat’s what you’re going to find here, short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction that has been “abandoned” by the journals which previously published them and is no longer available to read.
Defuncted has accepted “Valley of Gold” for republication. It will appear soon in a future issue.
“Dipteran Relief” Accepted by 10 By 10 Flash
Zvi Sesling’s 10 By 10 Flash has accepted my micro story entitled “Dipteran Relief” for publication in an upcoming edition.
“Weddings and Funerals” Accepted by Fictionette
The web journal Fictionette has accepted my micro story “Weddings and Funerals.”
“Polychlorinated Fairy Tale” Accepted by Fictionette
The web journal Fictionette has accepted my micro story “Polychlorinated Fairy Tale.”
Photos Accepted by Wilderness House Literary Review
Bridget Seley Galway, the Arts Editor at Wilderness House Literary Review, has accepted five of my black & white photographs for inclusion in the Winter issue of WHLR:
“Bernie’s Friends” Accepted by Black Petals
The Horror / Science Fiction webzine Black Petals has accepted my flash story “Bernie’s Friends” for publication in its October 2023 issue.
Art on Display at Boston College Arts Festival
I have three works of minimalist black and white photography currently on display from April 27-30, 2023 at the Boston College Arts Festival in Robsham Theater.
About the Arts Festival:
“Annually on the last weekend in April, the Boston College Arts Festival brings the Boston College and surrounding communities together to celebrate the arts. From April 27-29, 2023, the 25th annual Arts Festival will once again invite the community to experience the variety of arts at Boston College!”
Over 16,000 visitors from Boston College and the surrounding community are expected to attend.