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Some Paths to the October Country…

October has returned! This seems to be my default time of year to post here, so despite my best intentions to add more entries over the last 12 months, this October post was apparently the best I could do. Well, … Continue reading

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Knock, Knock! A Halloween Update

Well! Just two days before Halloween, and I’m finally back with another entry, or at least an update. I have several essay-type posts I’d like to complete (and begin!) in the near future, but hopefully this will serve as a … Continue reading

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“Darkness in the Valley” has arrived…

Well! This is finally finished. And published: The 450-page paperback, beautifully formatted by Anne Hardin and illustrated by John Randall York, is now available on Amazon here, to be followed by a kindle edition in May. The journey from conception … Continue reading

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The Name of the Voice

Easter Weekend was a good one. I visited my parents for the first time since Christmas, my boys were thrilled by three different Easter Egg hunts and ridiculously full baskets, and I actually ended up feeling more or less rested … Continue reading

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Some “Uncanny” Glimpses from John…

In case you were wondering what John York and I have been up to these last few months, the answer is quite a bit…and some of it even involves the new Uncanny Valley book! In spite of a very busy summer and fall … Continue reading

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“In the Water I Am Beautiful.”

This winter was a tough one. It was cold, dark, and went on longer than any I can remember. I’m not the only one who feels this way. Talk to anyone in Pittsburgh (or much of the rest of the … Continue reading

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Announcing “Crows at Twilight: An Omnibus of Tales”

I’m very pleased to announce that Crows at Twilight: An Omnibus of Tales finally reached publication on Monday, and is now available on Amazon here. And here’s the cover: Just four months after my previous publisher closed up shop, all … Continue reading

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