As Managing Editor of Delmarva Review, I find our latest collection, Volume 12, to be a powerful reflection of the turbulent times in which we live. Volume 12 offers our most diverse range of new and veteran voices yet. Learn more by visiting our site.
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New Cap City Kids Book Release! When his parents become victims of America’s foreign wars, a talented teen musician runs away to Washington, DC where he uncovers an Oval Office scandal.
Here’s a sneak preview (Chapter 1) of Castle Keep: Black and Blue Most nights, when I walk the cobblestone streets of Old Town, and wander down the rows of ancient brick houses, which have stood side by side for so long that it’s hard to tell where one ends and the next begins, I try […]
As Managing Editor of Delmarva Review, I couldn’t be more thrilled with our latest, and grandest, publication. Volume 11 offers a diverse range of new and veteran voices. It’s a captivating collection of poetry, fiction, and essays from poets and writers all across the United States and abroad. Learn more by visiting our site.
Want to discover the ways that artificial intelligence is helping us combat climate change? Check out my new article in WIRED (thank you, Scott!) How Artificial Intelligence Could Prevent Natural Disasters
If you’re in Washington, DC the first weekend of May, don’t miss the Literary Hill BookFest (@theliteraryhill, #LHBF2018) on Sunday, May 6 from 11am to 3pm at Capitol Hill’s fabulous Eastern Market! I’ll be there with many other local authors. I look forward to seeing you there!