The Wisdom of Stones
Abandoned by his father at age seven, Ben loses his mother to a car accident that same year and becomes his grandparents responsibility and their joy.
Handing his grandfather an arrowhead he finds at his mother s funeral, Ben sets in motion an agreement between them: Ben gifts his grandfather a stone and his grandfather gifts him a story. Months later when Mee Maw falls ill, Ben makes yet another deal this time with God that if Mee Maw recovers, Ben will dedicate himself to the church.These commitments inform the man he will become.
Deep Dive: Sanctuary Cities
Deep Dive: Sanctuary Cities takes an in-depth look into the hot button issue of sanctuary jurisdictions. People are busy, headlines are click bait, and “facts” get repeated so often, they take on a life of their own.
The Literary Vine Review
An eclectic anthology from the California literary scene edited by writers Marni Freedman and Carlos de los Rios, comprised of winning pieces by: Rebecca Chamaa, Cornelia S. Feye, Lisa Franek, Michelle D. Furtado, Ingrid M. Hoffmeister, Brian Peyton Joyner, Jack Larkin, Karen A. Malfara, Victoria Melekian, Sarah Tauber and Anastasia Zadeik; also featuring a poem by William Freedman.
A Year in Ink, Volume 5
Thiry-six writers are represented in this fifth anthology of San Diego Writers, Ink, in a collection that includes poetry, short stories, novel and memoir excerpts, creative nonfiction, satire, and flash fiction.