Jean Bigelow was a force to be reckoned with.
Fiction with a large dose of salt tastes best to me.
Happy Thanksgiving! Here are the five things I’m most grateful for this year.
Interviewing a friend leads to a very personal—and extremely well-received—magazine story.
Manuscript Makeover by Elizabeth Lyons fell into my lap at just the right time.
When revising, a dumpster can be quite inspiring.
You can read the background of this piece in Seahorse Byline: Sign of Success. This story originally published in the October 2017 issue of Seahorse Magazine and is reprinted here with permission. In January 2017 two new ‘chiefs’ came to power in the US: our highly visible Commander
Hauling boats is an end-of-summer ritual in New England, and always bittersweet.
A trifecta of hurricanes swept our favorite islands clean of boats, houses, and leaves. What happens now?
Characters often come and go as I get distracted by other things. How then do they maintain such consistency in their smallest quirks?