Read Parts 1 and 2, to learn more. I’m going to go ahead and warn you that if you’re familiar with permaculture, some of this will make you groan. I do not proclaim to be a professional or expert when it comes to this sort of thing. All I have are books, lots of time […]
I’m fortunate in that I’ve been asked to contribute to a new fiction section of National Road Magazine. Read the first installment of an adventure I’ve been waiting to start for some time. The house wasn’t exactly what they’d wanted, but the location and price were right. It had charm, after all. It had obviously […]
In Part 1, I outlined the last three years of work my family and I have completed in our yard. It’s pretty crazy for me to put that in a timeline. Those three years feel like twice that, largely because of the amount of effort we’ve put in. This fall I stood back and looked […]
I love my child = I am a manipulator I want to be involved with my child = I am an absent father My child loves me = My child is just saying it to make me feel better I tell the truth = I am a liar I encourage my son = I am […]
Our yard has a problem. It’s too damn big. It’s uneven and bumpy. There are a lot of old, unkempt trees around the property. It’s…a lot. Since we moved into our home in 2014, we’ve spent the majority of our time improving the outside. Prior to our purchase, more than half the yard was full […]
Happy to say a short story I wrote was included in the Fall issue of Dark Gothic Resurrected Magazine. You can nab a copy from Amazon and read my story, “The Sharper Blade.” Just in time for Halloween! Get your spook on!
Ari’s desk clock read 6:34 p.m. His cell phone wasn’t ringing, which meant that his wife had resigned to the idea he would miss their son’s little league game. Again. He sighed and rested his face in his hands. Two more pages, he thought. Just two more pages and I can get out of here. […]