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Zama Vanessa Helder, “Coulee Looking West,” c. 1940, watercolor (Collection of the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, Spokane, WA)

I gave a reading in Seattle in December, 2011, at the 266th meeting of Its’s About Time.
My co-readers wwere be Pat Hurshell, Bruce Taylor, and Leisha McIntyre.

I read excerpts from my novel in progress, As Though There Were No Tomorrow, and a couple of short prose pieces from a series I add to erratically. With luck I will soon get a sampling up on this site.

I presented a reading and lecture at the Seattle University School of Theology’s 2011 Search for Meaning Book Festival in Febrary 2011 (Seattle, WA). As did Ann Lamont and Tariq Ramadan.

Everyday Stories That Matter: Witnessing the Sacred in the Mundane was the title I used as an umbrella for a mixture of my fiction and non-fiction. Each selection portrayed a situation of deep humanity: a cacophony of what we fear and love, what scars us, and what drives us to continue.