I do most of my writing while riding the subway.
I published a novel, Three Thirds, in 2002.
An excerpt from my second novel, One Year After the Death of Leonardo, was published in Monkeybicycle 6.
An excerpt from my third novel, Max & Julia, was published in the summer 2010 issue of OVERFLOW magazine.
I've written about music and dance for Junkmedia, The L Magazine, Crawdaddy! and Dance Teacher.
Recently, a short film I co-wrote, Marshall Winchester's Big Stand, was produced: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1518206/
Some poems published last year, too, in Poets/Artists, On Earth As It Is and Red Dragonfly (Melissa Allen's haiku site).
Most recently Carson McCullers and Heinrich Boll. I loved 'The Ballad of the Sad Cafe,' 'Reflections in a Golden Eye,' and 'Billiards at Half-Past Nine.'
I think I will always check in with Henry Miller. Also Hermann Hesse. I like Douglas Coupland a lot, too. Andre Dubus the elder (Dancing After Hours) is fantastic.
Also forgot to mention - Barry Gifford. His novel 'Wyoming' amazed me.
Thanks for commenting on "Eleutheria," Joe. Really enjoyed and appreciated what you had to say.
Joe, thanks for reading and commenting on "Ascend"!
Thank you Joe on the Fav for light switch micro! I truly appreicate your readership!
Hey there Joe, thank you for the multiple comments and views for my micros, Yes the FLywheel is still in Easthampton, although has moved to a different lcation! Peace, Amy Cant wait to check out your words as well!
Cool author's list. Welcome.
Hi Joe, I'm really glad you liked my haiku essay. I enjoyed writing it. I have not read Kerouac's Paris Review interview, and I am extremely glad you told me about it. I will download it pronto. Glad to meet another haiku fan, and I'm sorry it took this long to respond. I've just discovered half of my notifications have been sent to my spam folder and things have been a little crazy as of late, so I'm trying to catch up. Thanks again for the nice words.
Thanks for the birthday greeting. Wow! That's something. Do you speak Armenian or Tagalog?
How the hell do you and Dave Erlewine write on the subway? It would be impossible, I think. But then, I'm from the New Old West and may not know what I'm talking about.
Good to see you on here, Joe!