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My latest short story, “Duplicity,” premiered in the Autumn 2018 edition (Vol. 98, No. 3) of the Canadian literary journal, The Dalhousie Review.

Among Canada’s oldest and most respected literary journals, The Dalhousie Review has showcased the literary work of Margaret Atwood, Chinua Achebe, and Nobel Prize winner Nadine Gordimer, among others.

Support the literary arts. Purchase copies of The Dalhousie Review by contacting Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2. Or email Dalhousie.Review@Dal.ca. For more information, visit the journal's website.


The story of humankind is the ever-woven tale of our complexity. And it continues here, through my own story and tales.

I created this website to share samples of my writing (each in its original, unabridged form), apprise you of developments in my literary career, and provide you opportunities to dialogue with me — and, if you’d like, share aspects of your own story.

This website is updated regularly. Thank you for visiting. Hope to see you often...


If you enjoy reading (about our modern humanness, no less) or lively conversation, or both, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s some of what you’ll find inside.


A few words about who I am. Hello, a pleasure to meet you!


Stories about strangers, recluses, and romantics. Essays about the peculiar dynamics of individuals, family, and society.


Even more opportunity to see what makes me tick, and vice versa, at Blog and Contact.

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