A Dramatic Reading of my Award-Winning Short Story

A performance of ‘Apple Pink and Cherry Blossom White.’

Thanks so much to the San Diego Public Library and Write out Loud.

And as always, my novel is available here: The Last Island

My short story is a winner in the SD Public Library Short Story Contest

Library

My short story, ‘Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White,’ was the 2nd place winner in the 2020 San Diego Public Library Short Story Contest.

You can find the details and read the story here.

And, as always, my novel is available here: The Last Island

Living Forever on a Greek Island

Skopelos
Skopelos

After the first few weeks, I didn’t know what day it was.

By that, I don’t mean that I didn’t know if it was a Monday or a Tuesday. I didn’t know if it was a Monday or a Saturday. The only day I ever knew that summer was Sunday, which was marked by church bells and the voices of the psaltes (singers) in the nearby churches.

Once the churches quieted, that day unraveled like every other day, until again, on some seemingly distant and arbitrary morning, the psaltes would be heard and I would know it was Sunday again. Continue reading “Living Forever on a Greek Island”