Thursday, May 17, 2018

Read the Ink in Thirds, one question, one quote, and one music video interview

This is where I speak about busy minds, and writing, related to Rubik's cubes. Read it HERE

Oh, toss in Don Miguel Ruiz, and Todd Rundgren media, for good measure. Good for Ink in Thirds for how they go about business

Thursday, May 3, 2018

It's a Glorious Day, when your first rough draft gets finished!

Happy to say that the first rough draft of my third novel, "Joe, The Salamander," was finished today. I started on January 26, and wrote every single day, without missing one single day.  (click the link, non-believers!) This task was completed one day at a time, and without the knowledge of daily use of that discipline in my life, my sobriety, and my Higher Power, this wouldn't have been successful.

So, I feel great joy in this accomplishment, but sad because I will miss daily writing, the lives of Joe, Laura, Grace, and The Gamuts.

Now, the hard part. Revision, revision, revision.


Tuesday, May 1, 2018

I have a little something (as in three lines) in the Ink in Thirds May/June issue


It really is a lovely magazine. Color, glossy, with some pretty good writing. So, I have a little three line poem from a picture prompt of a forest with birch trees. (see below)




It was something I wrote for fun, and didn't realize it was submitted, so for the first time ever, I have an "Untitled" work.



Also, my friend Meg Tuite, whose Meet My Haze, collection was published by Big Table in 2018.

Another writer I've appeared with in RE: Telling and the Fuck Poems Anthology, J. Bradley is included in this bi-monthly, Ink in Thirds.  Below you'll find the cover of his most recent, Neil, and Other Stories.