Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Short Story at REDUX

REDUX, a literary journal whose aim is to give further exposure to worthy stories that previously appeared only in print, has published my story "The Jaws of Life." It first appeared in CONCLAVE
in 2012.  My thanks to Kenneth Fleming, Asst. Editor Fiction, for selecting the story and also to
Leslie Pietrzyk, novelist and Editor of REDUX. You can read the story HERE.  Thanks.

Saturday, October 7, 2017


Painting by William Hawkins


On October 12th, Colby-Sawyer College in New London, NH opens a show of selected work from the vast collection of Beverly Bernson, New England's most prominent collector of "outsider" art.
Inner Visions, on view thru December 10th, is the inaugural exhibition in the college's new Art + Design Center and includes work by William Hawkins, Sam Doyle, Sister Gertrude Morgan, Howard Finster, Moses Tolliver, Bessie Harvey, Milton Avery and myself. Opening reception Friday, October 13th from 4-7 pm. Show continues through December 10th.


Thursday, September 7, 2017


Truth Serum Press, from Australia, has published a new anthology of stories, poems and essays. A story of mine, These Hallowed Halls, is included.

Other writers with work in this volume include Paul Beckham, Claudia Biershenk, Mark Hudson, Len Kuntz and Sophie Van Llewyn.

Paperback edition can be purchased HERE.

Kindle and ebook formats will become available soon.

Friday, August 25, 2017


On Friday, September 1st from 5-8 pm Carver Hill Gallery in Rockland, Maine will open a two-person exhibition of my paintings and those of David Hornung.

The opening coincides with Rockland's Friday Art Walk events. The gallery is at 338 Main Street, close to the Farnsworth Museum.

More info.

"And the Winner is...."  2012.  Flashe on canvas.  48" x 24"

Tuesday, June 6, 2017


Lowestoft Chronicle, an online literary magazine, has published a short story of mine, Rome 1973.

Genre? Goofball Noir.

If you'd like to read the story and others in the issue, click HERE and then "Read our Summer Issue."

Sincere thanks to Nicholas Litchfield, Lowestoft's Editor, for choosing the story.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Monday, January 30, 2017