The Horror & Freedom of Empty Space

It begs the question:  Is something empty really empty?  For instance, as the “new home” for the Library waits for one more “yes” vote from the city council, what sits in that empty lot?  What is it about an empty pedestal that sparks a thought.  Who is to say what belongs in the space?  And how much is too much?  What is the correct price tag? 

Down the Advertising Rabbit Hole

Do we need email? facebook? amazon? Couldn’t we just pay robots to read all our books?

Drafting readers for your draft

With some time before my first traditionally published book, 100 Things to do in Riverside…

“FUR” Play Project, See the Last Night, Free

NOW Facebook. Of all my thoughts on the subject, arts promotion and community engagement never…

Indie Author Month Wrap-Up

Since 2011, writers and readers of independently published works have designated October as Indie Author…

My First Art Exhibit 7/7/16

A year ago, I started a 12 month new artist training program provided by the…

Using the Comma in Your Life

This is a link to an article I wrote for Inlandia Literary Journeys. Each Sunday’s…