Having worked as a carpenter in the construction industry for well over two decades, I wanted to combine my love of books into teaching. When I thought I’d end up teaching books and language arts, instead I find myself teaching from my work experience. I’m a shop teacher, and I love it, and I’m grateful for every day I get to teach and interact with students. Very very grateful.
I’m the author of novel, Song of the Crow, 2006 Unbridled Books. It’s the story of the flood of Noah told from the perspective of a crow. In addition, my short stories have been published in the ‘Northwest Review’, ‘Other Voices’, ‘Mississippi Review”, and others. In November of this year, I’ll be coming out with a novel with Chatwin books, Man of the World, based on the first flight across the sea, from Calais France to Dover England, in 1909, La Belle Epoque, France.
This spring, the opening chapter of a work in progress, Self-Help in the Lucrative Field of Dreaming, will appear in the quarterly, ‘The Literary Review.’