Yesterday I visited the Bourne Middle School, writing Oliver-based stories in cooperation with about 230 fifth graders—who fortunately were divided across five forty minute periods, and well-supervised by their teachers. First the kids chose a starting and ending point for our story and located each
Several years ago, I wrote a story called “Reading the Shape of the Wind.” In it I described the different ways breeze fills across the water, as well as the best strategies for winning races in each condition. Recently, it’s occurred to me that there’s
You heard it here first: Game of Sails: an Olympic Love Story will soon be available in paperback.
Am I Raising my Characters, or are they Raising ME?
Greetings from sunny south Florida, where I’ve escaped for a week of warm weather and a spot of fun that might (or might not) be eventually justified as research.
Back in 2006, I attended the New York Writer’s Group Pitch and Shop.
Typos are easy to correct with ebooks.
As a grateful offering to all of you, I’m sharing a new story this week. I leave it to you to decide: If a mast falls in a crowded marina, is it truth or fiction?
Consciously or not, accurately or not, we all label ourselves.
It’s so easy to forget how hard it is to create.