So I had this problem, right? A bewildering experience, in my opinion, and now it's over, rather barely over, I can talk about it. Or at least provide some details. It has to do with my female anatomy, which I won't go into detail about. Suffice it to say, I had my bladder sewn back ...
Here’s an excerpt from the story published in Bacopa Literary Review – you can buy the anthology on Amazon
Here's the link: https://www.amazon.com/Bacopa-Literary-Writers-Alliance-Gainesville/dp/B0BN43KD49/ref=sr_1_7?k The Messenger My cousin Charlie and I stand six feet apart in my living room. I imagine he has already calculated the prescribed distance before he even stepped over the threshold. He hasn’t changed. Not since I saw him ten years ago when he came to my wedding and wore what seemed to ...
THE SHAPE OF NORMAL
The Acceptance Letter from Vine Leaves Press Dear Cathy,Oh my goodness, we would love to publish this! Please note that our next available launch date isn't until November of 2023. We hope this isn't a problem.If you are happy with our terms, ....We're very excited about this book!
I am getting this piece published in the MOTHER newsletter on Friday. https://www.mothermag.com/critical-mothers/#motherhood#momtalk#published
https://youtu.be/s1keL0HuQIM You can read this story here: https://www.udsakron.org/wp-content/uploads/K83-Final-Final.pdf Disabilities
One Step Closer
Yesterday I received an email from Kaleidoscope magazine, asking me to videotape myself reading an excerpt from a short story they published for an event called Giving Tuesday! I know what Giving Tuesday is, but never expected I'd be invited to help promote it! Look what they said! I'm laughing at how many times it ...
I love Social Media
This is a link to my friend's blog. She wrote about me and Jessica. HER daughter's name is also Jessica. The rest of the story is kind of intriguing. It almost sounds made up. It's not. https://vickierubin.com/2021/10/02/acceptance/
The Journey Began Here
Me when I was in First Grade The television set was first introduced into homes in the '50s. Every day, someone on our block was getting their brand new TV delivered. I can still see the delivery men carrying the monster box into our house and setting up the new black and white ...
I lift the faded black and white class photo out of the box and turn it over. There's a date on the bottom: 1958. The girl with the headband and ringlets, sitting in the third row of desks, is my best friend, Lori. Everyone used to say she looked exactly like the Shirley Temple doll, ...
My Glow Girl Softens the Rejections
Magazine rejections anyone?0