I’ll be reading some of my micro fiction at the Bow Market Book Fair this weekend.
My good friend, Christopher Reilley, was interviewed recently on Doug Holder’s Somerville TV show, Poet to Poet.
A good crew was on hand Sunday, February 23, 2020, at New England Mobile Book Fair in Newton Upper Falls to welcome back an old friend, Robin Stratton (front, center) of Big Table Publishing and Boston Literary Magazine. Robin now lives in San Francisco, but she’s in town for a few days visiting family.
Standing directly behind Robin is NEMBF owner Tom Lyons.
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.”