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Flash Fiction: The Day America Cried


A three-year-old boy reacts to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Read More »

Book Tour: Ethan Hawke’s ‘Rules for a Knight’

Ethan Hawke

Ethan Hawke fittingly described his book as "ethics for the kids in a fun way" and spoke about his career. Read More »

Interview: Michael Phillip Cash, Author of ‘Witches Protection Program’


Write what your heart tells you. Don’t worry about Hollywood, or submitting a manuscript to a big publishing house. Read More »

Interview with John Benedict, Author of ‘Adrenaline’


I love the exhilarating freedom of writing fiction. I can be anybody. I can say anything. I can do anything. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Forgotten, The Untold Story of D-Day’s Black Heroes, at Home and at War’ by Linda Hervieux


In 'Forgotten,' Hervieus tells the story of this group of freedom fighters as she also imbues the work with the tensions of the racial politics of the time as well as the human bravery for a group fighting for freedom and for many giving up their lives for something they had yet to earn for themselves. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Living Your Life Alive’ by Autumn Shields

Living Your Life Alive by Autumn Shields

New book, 'Living Your Life Alive,' nudges us to live life fully. Read More »

Interview with J.J. Sherwood, Author of ‘Kings or Pawns’


My characters are very difficult individuals. From the moment I begin developing them, they take over entirely and, as I have very character-driven stories, they call all the shots. Read More »

Flash Fiction: Boy


When he was born the midwife dropped Boy on his head. He was baptized privately; no one was ever told his name. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Bach, Casals and the Six Suites for ’Cello’ by Steven Hancoff

Hancoff 3CD

A fascinating, immersive multimedia extravaganza that combines music, history and art, a gem for classical music enthusiasts. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Swing’ by Philip Beard


"Swing" uses baseball to say something about life, and dealing with loss—loss that is inevitable, loss that can be overcome. Read More »