I’m so very pleased to announce the taking of yet another bow by my short story, “The Vanishing of M. Renoir.”
This particular story has been appreciated by several different publishers and I’m quite proud to have it appear once again under the Clarendon House banner.
The publication of Gold: The Best from Clarendon House Anthologies is complete and the volume is available for Kindle at Amazon and also in paperback through Clarendon House: http://www.clarendonhousebooks.com/anthologies
Yet another of my short stories, “Lydia,” was just published online today by The Scarlet Leaf Review. You can find it here:
I’m very pleased to announce that my short story, “Just One of Those Days,” has been published online today by Ariel Chart. I hope you will enjoy it. You can find it here: http://arielchart.blogspot.com/2019/01/just-one-of-those-days.html
Announcing the publication of Enigma, the latest Clarendon House anthology.
This volume contains my light-hearted detective story, “The Butler Did It,” and is available now at: http://www.clarendonhousebooks.com/anthologies
Proud to announce the publication of my Haiku which begins “Old cat purrs…” in Issue #60 of the Haiku Journal.
This print version is available here: https://prolificpress.com/bookstore/haiku-journal-c-3/haiku-journal-issue-60-p-277.html
Or it may be read online at https://haikujournal.org/e-issues/
Simply select Issue #60 and then scroll about halfway down the page.
I’m so pleased to announce the publication of my poem, “The Baker Man,” on this Halloween Eve. It seems rather appropriate in the spirit of trickery-witchery goings-on this particular day of the year. I hope you enjoy it.
I’m so pleased to announce the publication today of my poem entitled, “How Long?” on Tuck Magazine. I hope you will enjoy the poem as well as spend a little time checking out this very fine online magazine: