In Difficult Times…

In difficult times, literature can be a respite or a road map, fiction can offer a way forward or a means of escape, and poetry can be a pronouncement or a poultice. This is what the Paris Review (233) editorial note by Emily Nemens reminds us. It is to literature that we turn. In need … Continue reading In Difficult Times…

The Reading Life reviews short story “Sybil’s Dress”

Mel Ulm's blog about books, literature and writers The Reading Life, rightly declares itself "a multicultural book blog, committed to Literary Globalism". It often provides insight into short fiction from around the world. In one of his recent blog posts he reviews my short story "Sybil's Dress", published this Spring in The Cabinet of Heed (Issue 19).  Mel kindly … Continue reading The Reading Life reviews short story “Sybil’s Dress”