St. Bart's Way
Named for a fictional street in Baltimore, this prize-winning short story collection will be published summer 2015 by Washington Writers Publishing House. The stately homes lining St. Bart's Way form the backdrop for an exploration of assumptions, values and middle-class standards.
Skating to Seventy
This personal essay about ice skating won first place award for sports writing from Winnin Writers. It is excerpted from a full-length memoir that's currently in the process of revision
Baltimore’s Lexington Market
Baltimore’s Lexington Market celebrates one of America’s most enduring marketplaces, from its founding on the heels of the Revolution to the present. With nearly 150 photographs, Baltimore’s Lexington Market “is almost a yearbook of the market faces that were once as familiar as a schoolteacher or boss.
"The Haint" is the first story in a collection titled St. Bart's Way, which is also the name of a fictional street in Baltimore that was developed during the era of street cars. Told from two perspectives, one of the son of a slave, and the other of a present-day realtor, "The Haint" explores the duplicity undergirding a seemingly firm foundation and the false promise of security.
First published in Passages North, "The Assembly" is one of a collection titled St. Bart's Way. It tells the story of Mina, a Holocaust survivor who's living with her son, a physician. When her grandson asks her to speak at his prep school about her experience, Mina relives her experience and the family is thrown into turmoil.