Tag: memoir

Blueprint for Daylight: Connecticut’s Emerging Writers

a vacant house on a hill in the shadow of Sleeping Giant Mountain

“The house had Post-medieval English, Gothic Revival, Colonial Revival, Dutch Colonial and Tudor features. It was odd. It was perfect. I knew it was meant to be ours. I didn’t even have to go inside.”

I’m honored that an excerpt from my award-winning memoir,

Blueprint for Daylight

has been published in the print publication: Connecticut’s Emerging Writers, An Anthology



Reading at KGB Bar’s red room

WHOA. And after the readings, there’s something called Mistress Velvetina’s Variety HOUR.

I’ll probably be over-dressed for that.