I am a FEATURED STORYTELLER this Friday, September 8th with Pros(e) of Pie at the Hudson Valley Writer’s Center. The theme is “This is Where I Lost It” and the title of my story (about losing my mom) is THE PHOTO I DON’T HAVE. DATE: Friday, September 8th TIME: doors open 7:30, show starts at… Continue reading I am a featured storyteller at Pros(e) of Pie – Friday, September 8th
Me. Telling a story. Barefoot. At the Empty Hand Zen Center.
Me. Telling a story, in bare feet, at the Empty Hand Zen Center.
Click to view video of my read of “From AIDS to Ashes” at 650 | Writers Read (A to LGBTQ) event at Sarah Lawrence College in June 2017.
2017 has been an exciting year for storytelling. After stalking The Moth for two years, I finally got the nerve to put my name in the hat…. and I was picked! I told a 5-minute version of Crazy Joe, which was previously published in the Westchester Review. On June 4th, I signed up for a… Continue reading 650 | From A to LGBTQ
In Memoriam – Peter Vincent Zullo. Survived after serving in the United States Navy at Guantanamo Bay during the Bay of Pigs crisis; lost a twenty year battle with AIDS which he succumbed to on Memorial Day, May 30th, 2000. Rest in Peace sweet brother.
I took this photo tonight at 11:00 pm, in my kitchen, just after a long hard month of staging our house in preparation for a photo shoot and listing it for sale. For me, it captures the darkness and the light of my emotions at this very moment.
Cracker Barrel breakfast – pit stop en route to a writing retreat in Vermont. Going off the grid again – back in a few days.