Image that Made Me Weep

Some new writing,  part of Pennyblack Music UK’s “Image that Made Me Weep,” feature. Essentially, pick a photo, write 250 words on its personal meaning, in some way relative to music. Tried to do something different than a favorite band or album (though those are also cool) and many thanks to John Clarkson for having me. They’ve also includedContinue reading “Image that Made Me Weep”

Writer’s Voices Archived

Screen shot from Writer’s Voices (KHOE, KICI-LP), which has kindly archived the recent Doug Hoekstra radio interview/reading at their website, as well as Apple (iTunes podcast) and You Tube. Check it out and thanks

The Fair Grounds

Lots of bits and bobs getting published these days, and we are chuffed to unveil a new Doug Hoekstra essay, “The Fair Grounds,” in the new edition of Edify Fiction. It’s a Nashville story, layered, with a perfect day at the center. Check it out at http://online.anyflip.com/lxwv/shkq/mobile/index.html#p=13 Edify’s mission is to “offer positive and upliftingContinue reading “The Fair Grounds”

No Fear

Happy to have a new essay of mine titled “No Fear,” published in the latest edition of Two Cities Review, a fine literary magazine with roots in Brooklyn and Chicago. As the editors say in their header, this one is a “story about the holiday season that will get you thinking about Christmas in aContinue reading “No Fear”

Red-Tailed Hawk

Chuffed to have a flash fiction of mine, “Red-Tailed Hawk,” in the latest edition of Ambush Review, a fine San Francisco based literary zine. It arrived in the post today, looks/reads great, and makes me think of City Lights and so much great literary history from the city by the bay.  Enjoy the read (reprintedContinue reading “Red-Tailed Hawk”