Then, all of my job leads went very quiet. Coronavirus had spooked the job market into hiding. And, pragmatic as I am--and as a survivor of unemployment during the last recession--I saw the writing on the wall.
There was a time, not too very long ago, when I thought finishing a draft of a novel was daunting. That was before I began seriously researching the road ahead. That hazy, lofty dream of publishing The Waterclock Wars is crystallizing at the top of a mountain. The climb is dotted with agent research, query … Continue Reading On Publishing – 1.24.18
Call Me by Your Name is the 2017 theatrical production of the novel by André Aciman. Directed by Luca Guadagnino and brought to life by James Ivory’s quietly intense screenplay, the film stars Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Amira Casar, Esther Garrel, and Michael Stuhlbarg. The tale strolls leisurely through the … Continue Reading Review – Call Me by Your Name
My first blog. Good night, man; what is this new madness I have committed to? I’m nervous, truth be told. Like right before the first kiss, or the initial plummet down a roller coaster, the excitement is physical. I’ve been thinking all week, as I build this site, on what … Continue Reading Adventum – Having Arrived