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Fellows Riverside Gardens

Fellows Riverside Gardens in Youngstown, Ohio is part of the sprawling Mill Creek Park. Elizabeth Fellows donated the land and money for a free public garden which was first planted in 1963. I stopped by the other day (after four hours in the car 😩) and enjoyed the beauty and tranquility of a garden in spring. …

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Federal Frenzy 2018

A change of plans for me — I won’t be attending Federal Frenzy on Saturday because I’m sick. Bad timing — I was really looking forward to it! Anyway, if you’re in the Youngstown area please stop in and enjoy the music and arts. Maybe I’ll catch it next year.  This is something new for …

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“The Stories on their Faces”

    My short story, “The Stories on their Faces”, has been published in the April 2018 issue of Bards and Sages Quarterly. In this story Malla, an older woman who is leader of her people, tries to save them by breaking one of their oldest customs — a tradition that is an integral part …

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GET LIT! Cincinnati 2018

GET LIT! Cincinnati is a free event founded by publisher Post Mortem Press. Local authors and small-press publishers will be at the Urban Artifact Sanctuary on Saturday, April 7 from noon to 6 pm to talk about writing and reading. Here’s a link to the GET LIT! Cincinnati website with info on location and a …

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“City of the Dead”

Exciting news! My short story “City of the Dead” will appear in the upcoming issue of Gathering Storm Magazine, along with work from other authors, poets and artists. The print issue will be available from Amazon soon.  

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A Few Images from Florida

A few memorable images from my recent trip to Florida:

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Hydra Publications

Loconeal Publishing — the publisher of Color Mage and Sword of Jashan — has now become an imprint of Hydra Publications. Hydra features science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Hydra also has other imprints that feature mystery, thrillers and romance. I’m excited to become a Hydra Publications author! Here’s a link to Hydra’s main page, where you …

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The Silver Bridge

The Silver Bridge (also known as the Cinderella Bridge) is in Mill Creek Park in Youngstown, Ohio. Built in 1895, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. It looks as if it belongs in Narnia.

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New Short Story in Strange Fictions Zine

My short story, “As if the Universe Listened”, has been published in Strange Fictions ‘Zine. Strange Fictions is a free-to-read online magazine that publishes short speculative fiction, poetry and essays. You can check out my story here! 

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The Post

When Steven Spielberg has an opinion about the value of a free press in America, he doesn’t just make a Facebook or Twitter post like the rest of us. Instead, he reaches back into history and makes a movie like The Post. The Post is set against the backdrop of a time when the government …

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