I just wanted to remind people that the official deadline for the Sequoia House Chapbook Prize is coming up June 1. However, the deadline has been extended to June 9 for those who need extra time. I encourage anybody who has something they have been thinking of submitting to take this chance to do so. Here are the full guidelines.
I’ll be reading this coming Thursday (April 20, 2017) at the Writers’ Ruckus at the College of San Mateo. It starts at 2:00 p.m. and is in the Bayview Dining Room in Building 10. Come if you can!
Wish us all luck!
I am delighted to say that I have a piece in the wonderful new issue of Whirlwind Magazine. Check it out.
I would like to announce a wonderful new opportunity for any who are interested. If you have a short work you would like to publish—20 to 40 pages in length—you now have the opportunity to do so with the Sequoia House Chapbook Prize.
The prize is open to all genres (poetry, short story, nonfiction, journalism, photography, personal history, recipe book, visual art, comic book, etc.) and to all people. The winner will be published as an artistically crafted chapbook, distributed online and in San Francisco Bay Area bookstores, and publicized through various channels, including one or more public readings in the Bay Area. However, don’t let any of the Bay Area specific references deter you. Indeed, the Bay Area is a large and thriving cultural region, but the prize is open to all people, no matter where they may be situated.
I encourage you to find out more about Sequoia House and the Sequoia House Chapbook Prize.
I have a piece, “A Mark, the Story of a Shear,” in the new issue of Sonic Boom. You can check it out here.
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They have the multi-billion dollar Bay Area real-estate industry and a legion of the best lawyers money can buy.
All we have are our own voices.
And raising them together. Continue reading “A Fete for Community Solidarity”
I had to write a Fourth of July poem for my writing class. Continue reading “Belated Fourth of July post”
“It’s a special printer. It prints real things, not just ink on paper. It prints plastic shapes you can use, like little toys for you to make believe with.”—A mother to her daughter about a 3D printer being demonstrated at the front circulation desk of a library.
Therefore, ’tis with full happiness that I
Will trace the story of Endymion.