An essay of mine, titled “Within an Inch of My Life,” has just been published in the Fall 2015 edition of Longridge Review, a journal of creative nonfiction that focuses on the mysteries of childhood experience, the wonder of adult reflection, and how the two connect over a lifespan.
That sounds pretty lofty; the more important thing is that this journal was founded by a gifted local author (and friend), Elizabeth Gaucher. I am honored to have my work appear in anything that she has a hand in!
So, I hope you’ll go over and check out my essay, as well as the essays by other writers and the stunning artwork by Michael Teel. Heads-up: This piece is a little different from what you’re used to reading from me — a little more raw and experimental. But I had a heck of a great time working on it!