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Mother Tongue

So happy for my friend Karen Lee Boren on her new book Mother Tongue, published by New River Press. I had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy and writing a cover blurb.
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The Masters Review

I'm so honored that my story, "Do You Believe?", was a finalist in The Masters Review Short Story Award for New Writers. The story was published today. You can read it here.
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Review at The Florida Book Review

I had the pleasure of reviewing 15 Views of Miami for The Florida Book Review. Edited by Jaquira Diaz and published by Burrow Press, there are some great stories in the anthology, including those by Lynne Barrett, Patricia Engel and J. David Gonzalez.
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ARIA Authors Showcase

I'll be at Barnes and Noble in Middletown, RI, tomorrow at the Association of Rhode Island Authors showcase. Lots of great writers: Hannah Goodman, Rachael McIntosh and others. We'll be there from noon to 6pm. 1311 West Main Road, Middletown.
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Fall in love with chapbooks

Black Lawrence Press is having a February sale on selected chapbooks. I'm happy to have Perishables included in the list.
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Rhode Island Author Expo

I'll be at the Association of Rhode Island Authors Authors Expo this Saturday, November 8, at the West Warwick Civic Center. Time: 10am-3pm. Address: 100 Factory Street. Hope to see you there!
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This I Believe Essay

My "This I Believe" essay air on Oct. 15 on Rhode Island Public Radio. You can listen to it here.
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New Poem

New poem published in the July 2014 issue of Red Earth Review.
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Upcoming Reading

I'm honored to be a part of the Poetry and Art exhibit at the Warwick Art Association. I'll be reading at the closing event this Sunday, August 17, at 1pm.
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New Poem in Josephine Quarterly

I have a new poem, "Every Morning My Father Walks the Lake Path," in the summer issue of Josephine Quarterly.
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