Can We Read It Yet? This week ten copies of Smells Like Heaven arrived in a box on my doorstep. I waited until my children came home then filmed them painstakingly taking turns opening the box with an old steak knife. When they took out the books, they looked even happier than me, not an … More Should Your Children Read Your (Adult) Fiction?
It’s official! Smells Like Heaven, my third book, is coming out with ARP Books in June. Here’s a peek at the publisher’s description: Set in the fictional town of Fletcher, the connected stories in Smells Like Heaven span thirty years. Fletcher is a town the characters strive to escape, but keep returning to, as they stumble … More Smells Like Heaven
I’m pleased to have an essay in the current issue of Grain magazine. I’m thrilled to have my story “The Trip” coming out this summer in The Feathertale Review. My story “Freedom” is in the current issue of White Wall Review Issue 40. I’m very excited to have my essay “Chase and Catch” published in CNQ: Canadian … More News
“The Moment changes…. Keep eye peeled regarding situation around you. Learn its demands. And – meet them. Be there at the right time doing the right thing.” (Dick, 155) Can a story have an aura? Walter Benjamin tells us that an ancient statue of Venus “stood in a different traditional context with the Greeks, … More “The Aura of the Story” on Red Lemonade’s Blog