Tag: Orlando Fiction

  • Some Q’s and Some A’s

    Greetings, Universe! We are two weeks away from my book launch party (Saturday, November 9th, at Orange Studio in downtown Orlando), and it’s exciting to see that people (like, real people!) are indeed talking about the book. To learn a little more about Bright Lights, Medium-Sized City, and the long journey toward publication, check out […]

  • Book Release, and Orlando Authors to Know

    Greetings, world! Two quick items, hot off the press (not sure what the new expression is for internet news, since there is no printing press involved with this stuff, but I’ll leave that to someone smarter than me to figure out). Item #1: Details for my hotly anticipated book release party are now revealed! Check […]

  • 15 Views: Volume II

    Today is Wednesday, March 27. Tomorrow night, we will celebrate the release of 15 Views Volume II: Corridor, a book which collects stories about the Metro Orlando region, and stories about the Tampa Bay region, all written by writers representing those areas. (“Corridor,” if you’re unfamiliar is the name given to the stretch of I-4 […]

  • 15 Views of Orlando Continues

    I’m not sure if I’ve posted about it here before, but now’s as good a time as any. Our second sequence of “15 Views of Orlando” stories began a few weeks ago, and it’s going full-steam ahead. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of the “15 Views of Orlando” collection, it’s pretty simple: because Orlando, […]

  • Talkin’ ‘Bout Florida

    Hey, speaking of “Florida” and “Orlando” as viable settings for literary fiction… I’ve got an interview/conversation with punk-rockĀ  writer Lavinia Ludlow (author of alt.punk) up at Curbside Splendor. We talk about the differences between “Florida” and “California” fiction, and both of us expound upon the importance of writing about mid-major cities…in Lavinia’s case, that means […]

  • 15 Views of Orlando – RELEASE PARTY!!!

    The above subject heading uses three total exclamation points, which–in the words of my old mentor Jeanne Leiby–is the lifetime total allowed to a writer. And man, I used them all at once. But the subject certainly calls for some exclamation points. If you didn’t know (i.e. you don’t ever talk to me, or you […]