Fight for Your Long Day, the original adjunct novel, won the 2011 IPPY Gold Medal for Best Fiction from the Mid-Atlantic Region. In 2016, it was reprinted as a corrected Classroom Edition by Hard Ball Press, and my second novel, Auggie's Revenge, was released by Beating Windward Press. In 2015, summer e-singles "Frade Killed Ellen" (Dutch Kills Press) and "Turquoise Truck" (Mendicant Bookworks) were published. Please see my author pages at Amazon or Goodreads for more information.
On Tuesday, November 8 at 7:00 p.m., I'm reading for ten minutes with seven others in the Self Auditorium at the Strom Thurmond Institute on Clemson's campus in South Carolina. It's a benefit for Loaves and Fishes, a "food raiser" as it were, where folks can bring canned goods and suffer through poetry and fiction. (Cash donations are also accepted, but don't expect me to shut up for just any amount of dough!) For more information, visit the Loaves and Fishes website or contact Mike Pulley in the Clemson University Department of English.
March 8, 2016 Update: Please see Amazon or Goodreads to learn more about my award-winning debut novel and other fiction.