I’ll be at Suffolk County Community College Creative Writing Festival this Saturday, May 7, 11 a.m., on the panel for the anthology Long Island Noir (edited by Kaylie Jones and due out next year from Akashic). My story “Ending in Paumanok” will be included in the anthology. Also on the panel will be Rockin’ Reed Farrel Coleman, Jazzy J.Z. Holden, and Kinky Ken Wishnia. All my Lawn Guyland homeys should endeavor to “represent.” I’m looking at you, John Collis.
UPDATE: Only Ken and I showed up to panel, but it was still a fun event. Good audience. Great questions. However, you are not forgiven, John.