August 9: I now have a semi-permanent gallery of my photography on display in the lobby of the Computer Science Department at Boston College!
“433” Accepts Ten of My Photographs
Four Thirty-Three has accepted ten of my black & white photographs. Billing itself as “a magazine of art, literature and politics”, 433 “began as a running collection of ‘moments of silence’ from various places around the world, experienced in isolation, in the midst of a pandemic.”
I’m excited that they have selected a large number of my pieces simultaneously!
“Exposed Brick” to Appear in The Mayberry Review
The Mayberry Review, “A literary magazine dedicated to publishing and broadening the horizons of writers young and old,” has accepted my color photograph “Exposed Brick” for inclusion in its debut issue!
Latest Wilderness House Literary Review Online Features Seven of My B&W Photos
The latest issue of Wilderness House Literary Review features seven of my black & white photographs!
“Fixer Upper” to Appear in The Lumiere Review
The Lumiere Review has accepted my photograph “Fixer Upper” for its September 2022 issue!
“America Vet Fading” to Appear in Wrongdoing Magazine
Wrongdoing, a classy new Canadian literary magazine (“We’ll take the dark, the sacrilegious, and all of that good stuff that opens mouths and wounds”) has accepted my color photograph entitled “America Vet Fading” for publication in its Fall 2022 issue.
“Waves” Accepted by “Variety Pack”
My black and white photograph “Waves” was accepted for publication by Variety Pack, a literary journal based out of Buffalo, NY.
Photos Accepted by Wilderness House Literary Review
Wilderness House Literary Review has accepted nine of my photographs for publication in its summer issue!
Shown right: one of the photos, “Glass Staircase.”
“Circular Escape” Accepted by Remington Review
I’m pleased that the Remington Review has decided to accept my photograph “Circular Escape” for their summer issue!
Visual Art Accepted by Figwort Journal
Figwort Literary Journal has accepted my black and white photograph, “Old vs. New,” as possible cover art in a future issue.