Welcome!

Welcome to a place of imagination. What-ifs, strange characters, odd situations. Lists. Poetry. Primarily science fiction and fantasy, though sometimes reality creeps in.

Who am I?

I am a writer who has been writing science fiction and literary novels and short stories for about twenty years. I have completed two novels – both unpublished as of yet – and a number of short stories, some of which have been published in small sf publications.

In my “other life,” I have a Ph.D. in Engineering, and I have taught statistics and decision analysis at the college level for the past few years.

I am currently pursuing a graduate degree in creative writing through at Goddard College.

What do I write?

My projects fall into two main categories. I write relationship stories with a futuristic element, such as a man who marries a woman who turns into a boa constrictor at times, or a family whose daughter is a simulated human being and is eliminated by the mother of the family. I also write urban fairy tales, like a princess whose elf-staff is on strike or a fairy godmother who is on probation.

My current projects are a magic realism novel (Small Infernos) and a near-future dystopian novel (Daylight Saving Time).

This collection is . . .

Humor. Irony. Sometimes whimsical, sometimes serious. Slices of fiction, slices of poetry. Sketches. Some mainstream works, some experimental.

I invite you to eavesdrop on my stream of sketches.

Click on a tab at the top of the page to see more. Enjoy!

Some of my favorites:

Found

The Devil is in the Internet

Missing Person’s Report

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