There was a time we inkstained newspaper folk honestly thought those words of ours might live forever in the great wide web. Then all our stories started disappearing...
There’s a word for that — well, almost…
Surfing the state and national headlines last weekend I happened upon a word I’d never seen before, applied to squirrels, of all things, all over Texas. It's so hot in Texas even the squirrels are giving up... Curious, I clicked the headline, which carried me to a story, written originally for the San Antonio Express … Continue reading There’s a word for that — well, almost…
Mr. Man Candy
It remains one of my favorites. Check it out now inside Long Gone & Lost... https://bluestemarchive.wordpress.com/mr-man-candy/
New selection added just today on iBooks app
I just got word from my publisher that my 2020 story collection, Long Gone & Lost: True Fictions and Other Lies, was just added today as a new selection now available on the iBooks app. Do check it out when you have the chance: Long Gone & Lost on Apple Books Recently picked as a … Continue reading New selection added just today on iBooks app
So, you’re a finalist for a book award?
That's what I heard from the Texas Institute of Letters this week, anyway. Hardly something I ever thought might happen, but I'm sure not disappointed that it did. Got the email about mid-day. Didn't think much about it at first, honestly. Back in January, I saw a post from Michael Martin Murphy that he'd be … Continue reading So, you’re a finalist for a book award?
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