I’m over at Working for the Mandroid talking about why middle grade matters. I always find it strange when I hear about people who didn’t start reading until they were older – starting with either YA or assignment books or adult books. I feel bad – they missed out on one of the best times… Continue reading Guest Post over at Working for the Mandroid
Shopping in this city is a nightmare. No joke. It takes three stores to find the minimum of what you need. Sometimes it takes three stores, a Bodega, a girl, her boyfriend and his friend with a stick. Thanks to The Blue Hour for taking this desperate little poem, New York City Grocery Stores
I’m over at I Am A Reader, Not A Writer today talking about time travel, goals, what book I would live in and as a kid what I wanted to be when I grew up. Hint: It involves large extinct reptiles. If you could travel in a Time Machine would you go back to the past… Continue reading Interview at I Am A Reader, Not A Writer.
So I’m over….er Jonathan Muse is over at Consuming Worlds talking about what it’s like to be a muse, what Shakespeare was really like and what that wretched Marlowe is up to. Here’s a snippet: I know that you take being a muse very seriously, but have you ever wished to be recognized for the… Continue reading Guest Post at Consuming Worlds
Many thanks to the wonderful A.J. Huffman for accepting these two poems, Two Hundred Years to Die and Photograph, Age 11. I wrote Two Hundred Years to Die after revisiting my old college campus and seeing a friend I hadn’t seen in a long time. It’s strange how time can start and stop like that.… Continue reading Two Poems at Pyrokinection