One of the reasons I like to use “fiction that doesn’t fit in” as my tagline is that it reflects […]
We live in a time of division. Out of fear, we’re dividing ourselves more quickly than ever among binary choices […]
In Possum Kingdom, two settings are crucial to the action: an abandoned “ghost” platform near Harvard Square, and a Civil […]
I was just wrapping up Possum Kingdom when a new controversy du jour hit my Facebook feed: Harry Potter author […]
In my last blog post, I wrote that the seed for this story came from a conversation with a friend, […]
As a child I’d been fascinated by the punk-rock “Pit Rats” I saw loitering around the concrete rings that rimmed the Harvard T station; as a young adult, I was even more fascinated to find them still there. What if, I thought, they were the same punks? What if they were vampires, never aging?
In my last post, I wrote a little bit about how impostor syndrome — the belief, most often seen among […]