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Baby birds are coming!

We have another Carolina wren nest this year! It’s under one of our grill covers that we’d pulled off and left on a chair–these little guys build QUICKLY! Mommy wren and Fattypants are being pretty protective, as expected. They have commandeered the porch, pretty much.

Location of Nest

Nest location.

Nest materials

Carolina wrens build their nests of moss and sticks.

TINY EGGS in Nest!

I CAN’T WAIT UNTIL THESE TINY EGGS HATCH!!

YAY!! MY COPIES ARE HERE!

The day when the anthology that contains your story arrives is always an exciting one! Couldn’t wait to get home and open the box! Have a great weekend everyone!

Dancing in the Shadows KPS 2

Dancing in the Shadows KPS 1

Talking it out…

Jarring Lucas Bristol Community College Honors English

Speaking to students about your work is a win-win: you get to inspire them, and you get learn things about your story you might not have seen or realized (yes, even though you wrote it—many things a writer puts into his pieces are subconscious; we’re not always aware!). Recently, I had the privilege of discussing “Jarring Lucas,” which appears in the Great Old Ones Publishing anthology CANOPIC JARS: TALES OF MUMMIES AND MUMMIFICATION with an Honors English class at Bristol Community College in Attleboro, Mass. Here we are!

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