Just in time for Halloween. I’ve had a story produced by the Canadian podcast Tales to Terrify. My tale is titled “The Ages of Death.”
I’m excited to announce that my short story “Humming by Moonlight” has been published in the summer issue of Gold Dust Magazine. The magazine is published in Great Britain for a worldwide audience.
This story started with music. When I follow the thread of my life backward, music is always there. All the major events in my life (and the stretches in between) are marked by song. Listening to particular bits of music can trigger full memories. As a child, harmony was cooked into me during those early piano and guitar lessons. Vibrating strings passing into my core. I think many people have a similar relationship with music. It is something that brings us together as a species, riffing through time and space and playing to the beat of the drums pounding within our own chests.
“Humming by Moonlight” is about that. I hope you enjoy it.
You can read the summer issue—and my story 🙂 —for FREE on ISSUE or download a .pdf from the publisher. Physical copies are also for sale by the publisher.
Over the course of fours weeks this winter, I created a visual art journal dealing with my understanding of the creative process. I used the themes of alchemy and journey as metaphor and peppered the pages with recurring symbols. Mostly, I had fun!
What I found at the end of the project is that my chops for drawing from imagination had improved. I also rediscovered my love for writing.
You can download a .pdf file by clicking the link below. Hope you enjoy looking at it as much as I enjoyed creating it!