Monthly Archives: March 2014

To Believe in an Omen

Today is one of those holidays us California government employees get that nobody else does.  Cesar Chavez Day, to honor a man who was the Martin Luther King, Jr., for migrant farmworkers. A day off when nobody else has it … Continue reading

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There Are No Rules!!!

Except for those that work for you.  Well, except for one. I’ve been doing this fiction writing thing for a little over ten years now.  I’ve been to two writing conferences.  The first was way back at the beginning of … Continue reading

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I learned something from Pete that summer.  I wasn’t the ugly duckling I thought I was.  I was more than my legs, more than my wheelchair.  There was something inside me that a guy could find beautiful.  When Joey asked … Continue reading

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Amtrak’s Writing Residency

I’m pretty sure this is on the list of coolest things I’ve ever heard of.  Amtrak is in the process of developing a writing residency program.  While they’re still ironing out the details, the program is going to look something … Continue reading

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Coming Soon

Originally posted on KingMidget's Ramblings:
I have written about this a number of times over the months, but it’s time to say more.  A couple of years ago, through my poetic writing muse, Geoffrey, I met Zoe Keithley.  I…

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