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The Master Short Story in the Spring Issue of The Bitter Oleander

 

What a nice surprise I found in my mailbox today! I’m thrilled to have a story in the Spring 2018 issue of The Bitter Oleander: A Magazine of Contemporary International Poetry & Short Fiction. It’s an honor to have my short story, “The Master,” included among so many wonderful poets and writers from around the world. Read more

Sacred Giving & the Panis Angelicus at SheLoves Magazine

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Andrea Bocelli’s voice fills the room. Waves of notes swell and rescind like velvet billowing in the wind. Read more

A Review of Anita Mathias’ Francesco, Artist of Florence: The Man Who Gave Too Much

Anita Mathias’ Francesco, Artist of Florence: The Man Who Gave Too Much is the story of a Florentine artisan skilled in the art of pietre dure, also referred to as the art of painting in stone. If “…a picture is a poem without words…” as Horace once said, than pietre dure is poetry in stone.

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On Sunsets & Living Poems

Everyday, the Divine Artist creates masterpieces. As I descended the wooden plank walkway, I couldn’t help but wonder how many of them I’ve missed. In my busyness? How many times have I allowed beauty to be overshadowed by things over which I have no control?

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