Writers be Damned! has been published by Schlock!
A big thank you to Chris Booth for his help with this story.
I was delighted to return to in-person reading at the IAW&A Salon recently. I read “Solitary,” which will shortly appear in
Jubilant Return Of IAW&A Salon To The Westside!
Do You Have Arms? has been published by . Making Waves – West Michigan Review
Listen (by scrolling to the bottom of the page) to actor read Bob Kelly Do You Have Arms?
Food for Thought was selected for publication in the 2021 issue of . Inscape
Barnes & Noble
Writing Songs for Lady Gaga published by Piker Press.
I read “The Pass” at the
IAW&A salon in the Symphony Space on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. “The Pass” has since been published by The Galway Review.
I was honoured to read one of my stories at the
Irish American Writers & Artists salon in November.
Photo by Dan Brown
Making his debut at the salon,
James Rogers read his short story, “Writing Songs for Lady Gaga,” about a roguish father’s lies and a boy’s use of imagination to cope with hard times. Originally from Leitrim, Jim teaches math at the U.N. School. His tale was warmly received by the audience and we look forward to more from him. By Maureen Hossbacher