Monthly Archives: October 2016

Update – Josie #12

For those of you who were at my reading during the last Residency, you’ll recall that I read from the beginning of Antique Blues, which I was proposing as the twelfth in the Josie Prescott Antiques Mystery series. I’m pleased to report … Continue reading

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“Tom Silex, Spirit-Smasher” in New Haven Review

Hi all,   I mentioned this venue for poetry, fiction, and personal essays before, but with its new issue out, I want to bring your attention to the New Haven Review. The journal is especially interested in hearing from writers … Continue reading

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Presentation at IABC 11-2-2016

I am presenting at the November 2 meeting of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Westfair chapter on “Make it Real – Communicating to Change Culture.” The event is open to members and nonmembers, as well as students and … Continue reading

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Moth Internships

I would so do this if I could. What a great opportunity.   The Moth helps people connect with their own power as a storyteller, and with one another. Our mission is to honor the diversity and commonality of human … Continue reading

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January Residency Proposals

Dear Faculty, Please email me at your earliest convenience your proposals for workshops, lectures, or any other events you may have in mind. Featured at the January residency will be readings and master classes by our Housatonic Book Award winners … Continue reading

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Buzzed Book Signings

Hi, Everyone, I want to let those of you in the Danbury area know that I have two upcoming book signings for “Buzzed,” my new book on craft beer and other beverages in New England. Tomorrow (Sat. Oct. 14) I’ll … Continue reading

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Literary Fiction Teaches Humanity

Writing plot-driven genre fiction is the trend but literary fiction and I’m assuming literary non-fiction  still has a place and a great value in our culture. In fact, in a recent NPR interview with Mary Karr, she states that the … Continue reading

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