Picture: Grace Cole Park in Lake Forest Park, WA
It has been a wild year-plus of change (and I’m not even talking about the election…). I’m grateful for new home in north end, and a healthy baby boy who’s already walking around! We’re a family of four now, and there is no lack of energy in our household.
I’m also excited to be back teaching at Hugo House! I’m resurrecting the 8-week “Saturday Morning Fiction Workshop,” starting in mid-February at the temporary location of Hugo House, adjacent to O’Dea High School and the Frye Art Museum (directions). It has been over a year since I’ve taught, and I’m anxious to get back to scrawling graphs on the whiteboard.
I have two stories coming out soon. The first, “Libidonomics,”is going to be coming out in the Spring/Summer issue of Post Road Magazine, instead of the Fall/Winter issue as I said in earlier posts (I apologize, as I know you were in deep, life-altering suspense over its publication). The second, “The Island,” is set to be published in late January by Green Mountains Review. I’ll post a link once each of them go live.
Be well! – Ross