This story, man. See, I grew up in a bayside community in Maryland. A little bay. Not the big Chesapeake. But even little bays feel huge when you’re little yourself. We’d throw crab cages off the end of the dock and see bobbing milk jugs along the edges of the bay that marked where others … More “How Many Crab Pots Does it Take to Destroy a Neighborhood?” Published in Dark Moon Digest
The Odyssey Slam occurred exactly halfway through the workshop. Normally, so I’ve heard, the Slam would occur at a local bookstore. Instead of a bookstore, we did a Zoom “party” where only the person reading at that time would have their camera turned on. We got to invite three people. One of my invites was … More My Odyssey Workshop Experience: The Slam
We built a patio this June, something large enough to eventually put in a fire pit and bench when we get our strength and motivation back (and maybe when summer is starting to fade). I have been informed I could now officially be an apprentice to a mason as I have gained some basic sand-slinging … More June 2019 Recommended Books
Shades of Amber has gone live today in Beneath Ceaseless Skies‘ 95th issue. It is a short story set in a world where vibrant color swirls upon the skin of every person and limited spectrums are looked down upon. This is my third professional publication :) The other story in the issue is Margaret Ronald’s … More Shades of Amber published at BCS
For those interested, the Beauty and the Beast issue of The Enchanted Conversation is up, including my story, The Fleetness of Love. Hope you enjoy.