My short story was selected as a semifinalist for Cobalt Review's 2017 Earl Weaver Baseball Writing Prize.
Please enjoy my latest short story, availabe now at The Saturday Evening Post.
"The Way Things Were" follows Marcos on a voyage to Italy where he finds a mysterious relative with the ability to change the course of his life. But will he jump at the opportunity to leave everything and everyone he's ever known behind?
I’ll be awaiting my new prompt for the Final Round tonight at the stroke of midnight, and I’ll have twenty-four hours to write a 1,500 word story. There are now just 80 writers remaining from an original field of over 3,000.
If you've never participated in the NYC Midnight Short Story Competition, you're missing out on one of the writing highlights of the year. You're too late to enter now, but start thinking about 2018. There's a hefty entrance fee ($45 early/$55 by deadline), but you get access to forums where you can workshop your piece … Continue reading 11th Annual NYC Midnight Short Story Contest – Round One