I’ve worked at a slow toil for more than a decade, with two blogs (both have been retired), a bucket of poetry, five incomplete books, some personal essays, and some on-and-off journaling. My first work of poetry was published in 2017 in a literary anthology, written under a pseudonym. It was called “Morning Trash” and was only the third time I’d ever tried to submit my work (clearly I need to try harder). Beginning in 2019, I started focusing on completing my work and getting it out into the world.
My first book will be published in spring 2020. It is a collection of short essays about the human experience (and how to be happy) called Halfway There: Lessons at Midlife. Click here to learn more about the book.
You can also visit my blog for random thoughts, read a few samples of poetry, or take a look/listen to some interviews.