This week’s coffeehouse coincided with the official opening of Windber’s annual Miner’s Memorial Days, which honors local history and always climaxes on Father’s Day (which is this Sunday). I approached the evening in a very good mood. Having one of my short stories being published (in a hardcover anthology of SF/F for kids) and a […]Read more "Windber Coffeehouse Nights: 13 June 2019"
The Light in the Forest by Conrad Richter (Historical Young Adult Novel, 1953). This brief (159 pages) YA book is considered a classic. A tale of a young man caught between two cultures, one he was born into and one he’s grown up in, who finds that he is tragically unable to fully embrace either. It’s […]Read more "REVIEWED: The Light in the Forest"
My latest fiction publication is a historical fantasy story, set in the medieval period (early 14th century) in part of what today is central Vietnam. Lots of magic, local color. It’s included in the SF/F magazine aimed at younger readers that you see above–FROSTFIRE WORLDS, February 2017 issue (Alban Lake Publishing). The magazine contains seven […]Read more "Historical Fantasy Story Released"