Update: An Editor’s life

March! So it is now March. Thanks to all who sent such kind responses to the cover reveal of What We See in the Smoke. June 6th can’t come fast enough! I will have more book news soon enough, but today I’m pleased to announce that I am joining The Hart House Review as an associate editor!Continue reading “Update: An Editor’s life”

A Short letter to myself and others, on the subject of Literary Reference

There is something which writers are guilty, When educated in literature. It is a vanity they cannot help, Poets, Hacks, Wretches, all suffer alike. * They are all trying to hide other works – Inside our own, love letters in letters Easter eggs of literature waiting To be found by readers with a sly wink.Continue reading “A Short letter to myself and others, on the subject of Literary Reference”

Writing in the Digital Age

The wastepaper basket is a writer’s best friend. – Isaac Bashevis Singer These words were true when the Nobel Prize winner Mr. Singer said them and they are true today, with a few key alterations. Not long ago, I was asked what it’s like to write in the 21st century, and I thought it’s aboutContinue reading “Writing in the Digital Age”