Today, I respond to several questions from The Novel Approach about Second Person, Possessive, and also share an excerpt from the beginning of the book.
The Tobin Bridge spans more than two miles, connects Charlestown to Chelsea, and is the easiest and fastest way to drive into Boston from where my wife, Holly, and I … Continue reading
We return, pigeons and salmon, to the places we abandoned and to the places where we were abandoned. Our secrets, each of them, years worth, spill out of our mouths … Continue reading
Pure Slush released an excerpt from my memoir, “Second Person, Possessive” today, and it also revealed the cover. You can read it here: http://pureslush.webs.com/atasteofsecondperson.htm “Second Person, Possessive” comes out in one … Continue reading
My wife, Holly, is starting to appear pregnant. She enjoys being pregnant. And she enjoys breastfeeding. She breastfed our son, Avery, for twenty-seven months, and only stopped because her doctor suggested that … Continue reading
Learned today that the forthcoming Daring to Repair anthology from Wising Up Press will include my essay Scar Tissue, a portion of which originally appeared last year in Zouch Magazine. The call: What … Continue reading
House of Cards underwent massive reconstruction, switching from second- to first-person. An excerpt appears in the current issue of Inertia Magazine. My wife Holly is starting to appear pregnant. She … Continue reading
About seven months ago, the editor of Whistling Fire accepted the excerpt from HOUSE OF CARDS in which I tried twice to kill myself. She didn’t know when the excerpt … Continue reading