Writer, teacher, editor, eLearning specialist, Queen fan.
I’m a writer with work in places like The Atlantic, New York Times, and BuzzFeed. I’m also a teacher with years of classroom and online learning experience. Poke around, check out my portfolios, and drop me a line.
Some things I do.
Links to pieces and poems I’ve written going back a few years.
Take a look at my books, from God Save My Queen to Shader.
I’m a teacher with two decades of experience. Click above to read about my teaching, see sample materials, and check out my instructional design portfolio.
Read my bio and more about me here.
I’m the editor of the online literary journal Pine Hills Review.
Do I have side projects? I sure do! One of them is Album Oriented, a very occasional podcast on music I co-host with Erich Hertz.
Updates, Dispatches, and Shameless Self-Promotion.
- New essay on backyard cabin, up on Trolley.“Reaching for Fact and Reason from a Cabin in the Suburbs,” reflections on my back yard cabin, just published up on Trolley.
- “Ticonderoga’s Star Trek Set Tour: Where No Fan Has Gone Before” in Saratoga Living.Just up on Saratoga Living: “Ticonderoga’s ‘Star Trek’ Set Tour: Where No Fan Has Gone Before,” a profile of Star Trek Original Series Set Tours for their Design issue. Great photos by my Saint Rose colleague Rob O’Neil and writing by yours truly that’s pretty … Continue reading “Ticonderoga’s Star Trek Set Tour: Where No Fan Has Gone Before” in Saratoga Living.
- “Looks That Kill” in The Hopkins Review.“Looks That Kill” is the name of a 1984 Mötley Crüe song that was played on MTV twelve times every hour. It’s also the name of a poem I just published.