Here’s a nice article on the staged readings of the five finalists, including my play “Good Things,” for the Durango Arts Center’s 10-Minute Play Festival. The plays will be fully produced at the Festival on October 13 through 15.
“Three in the Morning and You Don’t Smoke Anymore,” which was originally published in Kentucky Review 2016, is live now on Episode 83: Losing Sleep of No Extra Words – The Flash Fiction Podcast. Check it out, and check out all the other stories on this wonderful podcast. So thrilled to be a part of it.
Good news! My play “Good Things” has been selected as a finalist to be produced as part of Weathervane Playhouse’s 2017 8×10 TheatreFest. In “Good Things,” a son visits his father in the hospital to console him after a bad fall, and soon discovers the unintended consequences of this visit when his father helps him to move on from a recent setback of his own. Performances are scheduled for July 13 through July 16.
“Seattle” is live now in the Summer 2017 issue of The East Bay Review. This is an excerpt from my recently completed novel. It comes at a point in the story where our protagonist begins to suspect that all is not how it seems with the corner office partner who has taken him under his wing. From there, everything slowly begins to unravel for him. Enjoy!
“Smoke,” which appears in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, will be featured on Manawaker Studio’s Flash Fiction Podcast.
“Three in the Morning and You Don’t Smoke Anymore” will also be reprinted in Easy Street this summer.
“Three in the Morning and You Don’t Smoke Anymore,” which appears in Kentucky Review 2016, was recently selected to be featured on the flash fiction podcast No Extra Words – currently scheduled for release June 9.
My microfiction, “Good Advice,” is live now on Crack the Spine.
“Squirrels in a Knothole” was just named Audience Choice Winner at the Festival of Ten X presented by The College at Brockport, SUNY.
“Smoke” is out now in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature – and check out my Southern Legitimacy Statement. Proud to be part of the Mule!