Thursday, December 22, 2016

Winter Solstice for Oddball Magazine and I, as they publish "When She Missed the Ice"

For a magazine which calls itself Oddball, the synchronicity of placing my story "When She Missed the Ice" on the date of Winter Solstice is just about perfect and not odd at all.


The story is accompanied by a sweet photograph (above) by my friend Su Red---again, synchronicity--nice to be with friends. Etc. Etc. Blah.-Winter Solstice means ice, cold, snow and darkness---according to me. Which reminds me of how much I use these both literally and metaphorically. Here's the list of published work which includes those terms:

"Sometimes There Are Things Which Come Out of the Darkness" , November 14, 2012 Oddball Magazine

"Hello Iceman" , July 2, 2012 Paragraph Line

"When It is Still Winter"
April 11, 2012 The Somerville News


" Seasonal Affective Disorder" June 12, 2011 Durable Goods 2009-2010 Antholog" Seasonal Affective Disorder" June 12, 2011 Durable Goods 2009-2010 Anthology " Seasonal Affective Disorder"
June 12, 2011 Durable Goods 2009-2010 Anthology


"Sweet Cold Chicago"
April, 2008, Bagels with the Bards Anthology III 


"Frozen Again"
"Hearing it Through the Woods"June 2004, Skyline Magazine II
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