My first novel, January’s Paradigm, was published in 1998 by Minerva Press, London, England. I’ve written theatrical reviews for a Detroit area newspaper, two murder mysteries that have been successfully produced, and several short stories and essays that have appeared on a variety of Internet e-zines, including River Walk Journal and The Redbridge Review. My non-fiction piece, Mother’s Day: Coming to Terms with the Cruelty of Parkinson’s Disease, appears in the 2006 issue of Blood and Thunder, Musings on the Art of Medicine.
My workshops for writers have been popular events in Michigan, and I have taught creative writing as a guest instructor in the Detroit area public school system. My background also includes radio and theatre. I offer manuscript evaluations and editorial services, and am currently at work on January’s Thaw, the third and final novel in the January series.