All my books are on sale at redsweaterpress.com/store through Monday night, 11:59 p.m. AKST, November 30!
Fiction Friday: The Resisters (Review)
Gish Jen’s eighth book, THE RESISTERS, is the feminist, dystopian, baseball novel we didn’t know we needed — and, actually, maybe we don’t.
Movie Monday: Timothée Chalamet
Meet Timothée Chalamet — he's not yet 25, and already he's been awarded and nominated for numerous awards for his performances in indie and blockbuster films alike.
Fiction Friday: “The Hole”
Jamie wasn’t like other guys. Other people, really. He was happy. And I mean, always happy. No one’s always happy.
Banned/Alaska Book Week DISCOUNTS!
If you haven't already seen/read/purchased my books, now is the time! Starting today, you can get a discount on any or all of my seven titles.
Rare Book Liquidation Sale!
Sadly, I never had the opportunity to meet Misko (a prolific Anchorage author and co-founder of the Alaska Writers Guild, for which I am currently an officer), but I feel like I have been provided with unique insight into his life as an Alaskan author and bibliophile through his diverse collection.
A new poetic form: the Jubilee
People say "necessity is the mother of invention," but did I need to create a new poetic form?Maybe. In any case, I'd like to share with you a form I came up with called the "Jubilee."
How to Host a Virtual Book Launch
Whether you've been forced to cancel an in-person signing as a result of stay-at-home orders and bookstore closures during a pandemic, OR you simply want to try something new and reach audiences in a new way, the virtual book launch can be a fun and gratifying way to promote your work.
A Poem a Day Keeps the Doldrums at Bay!
Starting August 1st, I'll be starting my 30-day journey with Tupelo Press as part of the ongoing fundraiser to keep them in the business of publishing great poetry.
5 Cures for Writer’s Block as a Poet
If you consider yourself a writer (or even if you don't, but you've ever had to write something for someone other than yourself), you've probably experienced writer's block, and read about ways to combat it. Still, I figure it's always beneficial to hear good advice more than once (especially if you're hard-headed like me).