Showing posts from March, 2019

Insert UHF Reference Here

This time last year, I did an event at the Baxter Memorial Library in Gorham, Maine, which GoCat public access television recorded for broadcast. Recently, I stumbled across the video, so I've embedded it below in all its beardy splendor. Enjoy!

Appearance: Maine Crime Writers Staged Reading, 4/9

Hey, do you like things that are awesome? Then join me Tuesday, April 9, for Portland Stage's third annual Maine Crime Writers Staged Reading , in which their wildly talented actors will be performing work by local scribes Dick Cass, Kate Flora, Gayle Lynds, Julia Spencer-Fleming, and yours truly. Most of the readings will be excerpted from novels. Mine's a short story in its entirety—specifically "Not Forgotten," which first appeared in the 2012 anthology SHOTGUN HONEY PRESENTS: BOTH BARRELS. The event is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested donation of $10 in advance and $15 at the door . It kicks off with a reception at 6:30PM (which, last year, featured free wine, beer, and Flatbread pizza); performances begin at 7:00PM. There will be books for sale if you're interested, and I suspect we writers will hop onstage for a quick chat when the performances are through. Hope to see you there!