I already posted about this on Facebook but now I think it warrants a proper blog entry.
My friend Gordon Young, a great guy who also writes and maintains the Flint Expatriates blog has come out with a stark new blog titled How to Fix Flint: Replacing the pipes in my hometown won’t revive the city.… Read the rest
This is what I think of when someone asks me what it was like to live in Chicago.
Six years later, I still remember my last month in Chicago.
I’d gotten tired. The endless circles I’d run between friends’ parties, book readings, free music, neighborhood food fests, and the demands of my one-year-old daughter had — yes — ravaged my body with sleepless and almost sleepless nights.… Read the rest
I am very honored to have been interviewed for the August 2017 issue of the Flint-based My City Magazine.
You can read the interview here: Connor Coyne, All Things Literary.… Read the rest
First-ever Flint Literary Festival prepares to take ‘Flight’
For Immediate Release
FLINT, Mich., May 26, 2017 – The inaugural Flint Literary Festival will be July 21-22 and feature several noted authors with Flint roots who have achieved critical and commercial success with their writing.
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