What writer doesn't look back at the end of a year and to give oneself a writing grade? Well, actually, I don't hold a lot of stock in goals hit or missed because time lines are flexible and life happens. But it's still fun to take stock in what transpired in the year of writing. [...]
I'm happy to announce I'll be publishing a new Christmas short story this year. Unsure of release date, but it will be well early for the season. It even has a cover! Can you pick up the tone of it? Yes, light-hearted, silly, funny (hopefully) with a warm fire-place-like touch of sentiment - all [...]
I had the privilege of watching the world premiere of my play THE BIRTH OF TECHNICOLOR at the Gallery Players' Theatre Black Box New Play Festival 2018. Here I am, excited standing outside the theater. The play was adeptly directed by David Thomas Cronin and beautifully acted by two talented actors: Elizabeth Pickering Hopland (who [...]
I've been in Killeagh, Ireland at Greywood Arts for a little more than two days now so I wanted to check in with everyone concerning how's everything going. Well, in a word, great! Greywood is a terrific venue for the arts. A renovated (and still being renovated) 18th century Georgian house specifically for promoting the [...]
This is the third year that I've been involved with the Short & Sweet Theatre Penang festival which is kicking off next week. In 2011 I submitted my short play "Drive All Night" which came home with the Audience Choice Award. That was a lot of fun. Last year my script "No in Spite of [...]
To all the Christians out there who will be celebrating Easter this weekend, I wish you a happy and blessed one! I'll be attending a sunrise service by the beach, followed by breakfast. Then I'll be coming home to bake a pineapple-glazed, black forest ham for Easter Sunday dinner with the family. Enjoy!