READINGS

 

The opportunity to read for an audience is a special thrill...and an equally special fear. Unlike writing where we can rewrite the piece over and over again, reading it aloud changes everything. Live, it's no longer just about our mastery of words. Few of us have professional training in presentation but we do our best to deliver the stories the way we imagine them in our heads.

I Like Your Shoes

Wilmington Writers Group

This story was inspired by a single line spoken by a person in line at a supermarket. Read during an open reading at the writers group.

Critique

Phoenixville Public Library

This story was inspired by a single line spoken by a person in line at a supermarket. Read during an open reading at the writers group.

And The Crowd Roared

Rosemont Senior Center

A true story involving my son Seth, the shower and the game he invented, Shower Soccer. A story about how the unique relationship between fathers and sons.

Waiting

Phonexville Public Library

A short story about guys and what they talk about when alone.

Sounds of the Season

Holiday Reading

A true story involving my son Seth, the shower and the game he invented, Shower Soccer. A story about how the unique relationship between fathers and sons.

Wedding Jitters

Wilmington-Chadds Ford Writers Group

 

Everybody loves a wedding, especially when someone stirs the pot with a bit of drama. 

Femme Fatale

Noir at a Bar - April 2018

Guy taken in by girl with a twist in the typical Noir story presentation.

Statute of Limitations

Noir at a Bar Oxford - June 2018

Another Noir story presentation. Boy meets girl, boy falls for girl, boy kills girl's husband. It's a love story.

Case of the Widow Bialofski

Noir at a Bar Oxford - Fall 2017

Another Noir story presentation. Boy meets girl, boy falls for girl, boy kills girl's husband. It's a love story.

Self Restraint

Main Line Writers Group Group Read at Michael's Deli

The ties that bind people in a relationship aren't always physical. 

Soup For One
Phoenixville Public Library Reading

The ties that bind people in a relationship aren't always physical. 

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