In addition, I will also be reading from “Master of Rods and Strings” on the previous night (Wednesday October 28th) at 4:30 PM CDT – 6:30 PM CDT via Texas A&M University’s Big LAAH reading series--Facebook Live:
The joys are my children: Amaya has joined Isaac in the baby brigade.
New writing has emerged in several recent publications:
1. My short story “What You Know and What You Don’t” was an honorable mention in The Saturday Evening Post’s Great American Fiction Contest for 2020: the story is available in The Saturday Evening Post’s annual anthology of top entries.
2. Had a dedicated group of students read poetry and prose this last weekend in Bryan as the culmination of Texas A&M’s BlackBox Writers’ Residency, where Mick White, Flo Davies, and I worked with their drafts on revision as well as generation. Visiting writers–Roger Reeves and Christine Granados also helped the students and then performed as well:
Got back yesterday from the Hill Country Film Festival in Fredericksburg, TX where one of my screenplays was a finalist. Very welcoming people there and compelling range of films: from shorts to feature length dramas, dromedies, and documentaries.
I’ve worked with the fiction students who will be reading tomorrow night. Come check them out as well as the visiting writers!
__ Black Box Speaks:Readings from the Writers Residency, an evening of fiction and poetry on Saturday, March 4th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Texas A&M Memorial Student Center’s Stark Gallery. This event is brought to you by Texas A&M University Writing Center & Department of English.
More info: http://calendar.tamu.edu/writingcenter/#event_id/22142/view/event