Monthly Archives: September 2015
I’ve started a new YouTube series called This Writing Life (and the title speaks for what it’s all about). Every other week (or so), I’ll post a new episode, which I try to keep super-short (did you know the human attention span is now only twice as long as a goldfish’s?) and absolutely ennui-inducing talking-head-in-front-of-my-bookshelf-for-what-seems-like-forever free. If you’re interested, you can check out the theme below, then head over here to EPISODE 1: LIFE’S BETTER AT THE BEACH. If you like it, consider subscribing to my YouTube channel? Would you do it for a Kit Kat?
Whittier Birthplace Curator Gus Reusch shares a curious tale about a dime found in the museum.
I’m thrilled to announce that the anthology Snowbound with Zombies, a collection of horror stories inspired by the supernatural tales of the poet and abolitionist John Greenleaf Whitter, will be released at a free special event this weekend.
The event will take place Saturday September 26 at the Whittier Birthplace in Haverhill, Massachusetts, from 1 PM to 3 PM. All proceeds will benefit the 327-year-old birthplace museum, which is a favorite educational field trip destination for students of all ages in the Haverhill area.