I had to update my reel to showcase more of my motion graphics work.
I’m really excited about this trailer I created for the Maryland Writers’ Association’s 2020 conference. Watch the video, then register.
Please enjoy this retail sample and consider ordering DRIFT on Audible. If you’re a reviewer, I have 50 promo codes (25 US and 25 UK) for review copies. Let me know in the comments below if you’re interested.
Earlier this week, I announced the release of my audiobook, DRIFT, which is now available on Audible! The audiobook ended up being more musical than I expected, which was a pleasant surprise. So here are the credits for the music accompaniment: Intro – “5 Piece” by Black Ant 3 a.m. – “Night Music” by Kevin […]
It’s official! DRIFT, the audiobook, is available on Audible! I want to thank Willow Books/Aquarius Press for publishing the book and granting me permission to move forward with this. Order your copy. If you’re a reviewer, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll send you a promo code for a review copy.
Yesterday, Melanie Hatter and Derrick Weston Brown launched their books with a reading at East City Bookshop. Melanie is the author of Malawi’s Sisters and Derrick is the author of On All Fronts, which is part of the Flood Gates Poetry Series Vol. 5 by Upper Rubber Boot Press. I’m glad I was able to […]
All of the poems and the outro are recorded. I have three poems left for which I need to do sound design. You can listen to the sample rough tracks on the playlist below.
It’s coming. The audiobook version of my first collection of poems, DRIFT, is a project I’m producing in partnership with Kind Lion Production (my bestfriend, the poet Derrick Weston Brown!). Thanks to Willow Books, an imprint of Aquarius Press, for permission to move forward with this. Derrick and I recorded 75 percent of the book. […]
Now that the news is public, I want to shout a huge thank you to The Little Patuxent Review for selecting me to be this year’s recipient of the 2018 Michael J. Clark Award! LPR gives out the Michael J. Clark award annually for one piece published in the previous year. The editors selected my […]
This year, POINT BLANK turned 2, which is geriatric in book years. (I wrote about that in this post.) Despite that, it was reviewed eight times and selected as a Book of the Month. Not bad for a book the industry would consider is over the hill. Check out my Year in Review to see […]