With only a few days left in 2019, I thought I would look back a bit and share a few small accomplishments.
I sold the use of one of my photographs (Colburn’s Shoe Store) for use in an ad for Belfast, Maine realtor Martha Martin in The Republican Journal Newspaper.
A photograph I took way back in 1976 of the Baronet/Coronet theaters in New York City is used in Abel Ferrara’s recent documentary, The Projectionist which debuted at this year’s New York Film Festival.
Published Bitter Ends, my second collection of short stories. Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo
Published, Make it Write, a short story. Available at Amazon and Kobo
My short story, (The Bombay Hook Incident), published in the on-line magazine A Millon and One.
I was interviewed by the online magazine NRReads.coed
Interviewed by Jeremy Richey for Soledad Arts Journal. Available at Amazon.
Looking Forward to the New Year
My latest collection of short stories, THE LATE SHOW: AND OTHER TALES OF CELLULOID MALICE will come out in the first half of 2020. As you can easily deduct, all the stories have a common theme. More details to follow.
My thanks to all who have stopped by my little abode. Here’s wishing for all a happy, healthy and peaceful 2020.
The Great Cross and Statue of Father Francisco Lopez, the First Parish Priest of St. Augustine, FL.
Chapel of Our Lady of Le Leche (St. Augustine, FL.)
The Great Cross and one of The Seven Sorrows of Mary ( The taking down of the Body of Jesus from the Cross)
Part Four of my Autumn in Maine series.
On the Road to Arcadia
Owl’s Head Lighthouse
Part Three in my Autumn in Maine series. Check out Part One and Part Two
Moose Point State Park – Searsport, Maine
Northeast Creek – Bar Barbor, Maine
Stockton Springs, Maine
More photographs from a recent trip to Maine. Check out Autumn in Main – Part One here.
Arcadia National Park
Flowers – Bar Harbor
A few photographs from a recent trip to Maine, More to come.
Arcadia National Park
Today, being the first day of Autumn, I thought I’d share a few photographs I’ve taken over the years.
All pets are precious, though some stand out more than others. Rollo was one of those who stood out. He was sweet, playful, mischievous, affectionate, bright, photogenic, a charmer, lover and the boss. He was one cool cat.
We had to put Rollo down yesterday. He’d been sick for the past six months but he fought the good fight and medications worked for most of that time providing a good quality of life and keeping him healthy and happy. But the dreaded illness finally won out. He was only eleven years old, but in that time which now feels way too short, he gave my wife and I a lifetime of pleasure and left us with beautiful memories to look back on. We’ll never forget him.