I’ve got a short story in the fall edition of VoiceCatcher. The entire issue is excellent, with great nonfiction essays, poetry and art by…
She said it was business, we had to go there, otherwise Jeff couldn’t close the deal. A white apartment building on a long,…
Sheila’s basement had a timbered ceiling, if you considered the beams holding up the first floor to be “timbers.” And if you considered something only five and a half feet off a dirt and cement floor to be a “ceiling.”
Without her bouncer, a woman’s bar is threatened by criminals. What can she do?
When a jailbird wants a fresh start, can a heart-weary bar owner give it to him?
What happens when you try to break up with Neil Young?
She’s a feminist. And a detective. In the ’80s. A female.
A troubled woman goes in search of America, but amidst great natural beauty and stirring friendship, still finds only more trouble.
What is addiction? This stirring docudrama strikes at the heart of this question.
When the government shuts down, an old man re-evaluates his life and choices.