It was an honor to be a part of the So Say We All / Thumbprint Gallery crossover show, “Manufacturing Significance,” in earlier this April. My visual arts better half, RBST, snagged this video of me reading the story I wrote in response to his piece, The Offfice…, which I ended up after way too much deliberation titling, “Light for the Lonely.” Check it out and more of his awesome work here.
Thanks to the wonderful Megan Burke, SSWA Board President Marion Wilson and I were able to talk storytelling with both Maureen Cavenaugh on Midday Edition and Peggy Pico on Evening Edition over at San Diego’s NPR-affiliate KPBS. Check it out!
The kids aren’t going to get the drop on ol’ Mr. Hudnall. After years of not establishing a digital temple to myself, my friends who have gone before me into personal website waters finally convinced me I was at a disadvantage. I’m hoping to keep the rants few, the manners intact, and the nudity to a tasteful minimum. Do stop by the gift shop on the way out. I love you.