See my schedule for Multiverse Con this weekend.
Sure–-let’s do a Fiction Friday again. This story was my first (and only) attempt at flash fiction and written on Christmas Eve a few years ago. As always, I encourage your comments. A Christmas Resolution by Tony Sarrecchia Three minutes to midnight. I’d spent the year trying to stay off the big man’s list. Or … Continue reading Flash Fiction: A Christmas Resolution
Ooooo....spooky. Today begins an irregular feature on the blog called Fiction Friday. Mostly as an exercise for me to keep the pencils moving on short fiction that may or may not be tied to a larger project. I am thinking this may run once or twice a month to start. Today's story takes place in … Continue reading Fiction Friday: Pop-pop’s Gift
The last week and a half has been moderately productive, given that we are on day 922 of the Rona weirdness. First off, I wrote a little piece (No One Has to Go Out if They Don't Want To) about our hill-billy governor deciding to open Georgia's nail-salons, tattoo shops, bowling alleys and a couple … Continue reading The Week (or so) that Was
“No one has to go out if they don’t want to.” Ahhh…the face of Lily-White Privilege raises its well-fed head from a cornucopia of overflowing pantries and boxed wines to lecture to the rest of us about what we can and cannot do. What Privilege neglects to mention is that a fair number of folks … Continue reading “No one has to go out if they don’t want to.”