The new work bag, from out of a William Gibson novel and into my life, designed by Mark Ryden. Good morning. I’m coloring a donut throwing unicorn robot with Doodlehog crayons. So, I have something to tell you all. The daily reality of my life is no longer a fit to blogging; because, well, life… Continue reading Now for Winter 2020
Loft space book shelf. That is all for this season. Apologies in advance for the shorter posts, but I am kind of busy this season. Here's what I'm working on this fall: Adjusting to life as a family with a newborn.Reading a lot of first novels that I'm mining as I begin to write my… Continue reading Now for Fall 2019.
Big Woods Restaurant at Hard Truth Hills. Nashville, IN. That’s all for this season. Thanks for reading some of my radical transparency. I hope you got something out of it rather than my crazy repeated phrases and concepts that may or may not have made any coherent sense. Here’s what I’m working on for the… Continue reading Now for Summer 2019.
My first short story was published in this! To kick off the summer posts, here's the first big win of the season: My first short fiction story was published in Providence College's The Alembic. This, obviously, is a big deal for me. For years, I've wanted to be a published fiction writer and now I… Continue reading First piece of short fiction published.
Just a stack of books I have downstairs. You should see my nightstand. That was the series of posts for spring. Thanks for reading and following along. I'm going back into my Writing Den, where I'm going to spend a lot of time in my notebooks, and catch up on the stack of books I… Continue reading What I’m working on now for Spring 2019.
The Adirondack Mountain Range framing the golf course across from my parents house. Hi, I'm currently not updating this website because I'm writing these things: I'm writing the fourth and final draft of the Emerson Novel, a book about two teenagers who find out that what they write can change reality. I'm also submitting fiction.… Continue reading Now for Winter 2019.
People are sending little satellites into the atmosphere for over fifty years. Basically these things are the size of a pack of cigarettes, with a black balloon fastened to it. Imagine if this package of cigarettes sends a wi-fi signal over a 100 miles and connects via Skype or VoIP. It could connect into people’s… Continue reading Naturalism
I’m proud to announce that the preview copy of the first chapter of Walden the Graphic Novel is now available for download. Here’s the back page copy: In 2016, Paul Smith’s College English teacher David Press passed his colleague, climate scientist Curt Stager (author of Deep Future and the forthcoming Still Waters), and said: “I have… Continue reading Walden: The Graphic Novel out now.