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“Crazy, Am I? We’ll See Whether I’m Crazy or Not.”

I’ll be trying to mumble something coherent, which should be scary enough, at The Bicenntennial of Frankenstein┬ápanel at the Bronx Music Heritage Center, 1303 Louis Nine Blvd., Bronx, N.Y., on October 27. To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s … Continue reading

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“Merry Xmas from Orchard Beach” up at Spinetingler

My story “Merry Xmas from Orchard Beach” is now up at Spinetingler magazine. Many thanks to Jack Getze and Sandra Ruttan for publishing it. I’ve always wanted to write a story set in the Bronx Riviera. I went there several … Continue reading

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Edgar and I: Teaching in Poe Park

I grew up loving Edgar Allan Poe’s writing, and he became one of my first literary heroes. I knew he had lived in New York City, and a long time ago a friend I was visiting in the Bronx pointed … Continue reading

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