Greetings from down at your feet! First, let me say, thanks to Master for letting me write this guest blog post. Very big of him. And that monkey is very big. That’s his main quality. I’m like 25 pounds. My gorilla a hundred and seventy. The ape is huge. I guess that’s why he’s in… Continue reading Guest blogger: what I think of this whole “Training” thing — By Rosie
Quick update on the adventures of Lake Street Stories. The two launch events to date were very successful, with more than full houses at both El Norteno and Moon Palace Books. Thank you everyone who came! Best part is, so far sales have added up to about $500 in donations to CLUES! Now a… Continue reading Lake Street Stories update
Come check out Lake Street Stories, Sunday, October 21, 3 – 4:00 p.m. Reading, authors, books–really, how can you go wrong? Lake Street Stories is 12 stories about the heart of south Minneapolis. We had 85 people at the launch party Friday, and now we are back for a reading at the best book… Continue reading Lake Street Stories reading at Moon Palace Books!
Come to the book Launch Party for Lake Street Stories Friday, October 12, 2018, 7 – 8:30 p.m. El Norteño, 4000 E Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55406 All profits from Lake Street Stories will be donated to CLUES (Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio) http://www.clues.org Reading; meet the authors; food; free About the book Lake Street… Continue reading Lake Street Stories Book Launch Party!
I am so excited to announce the publication of Lake Street Stories! Lake Street Stories is an anthology of short stories by 12 established and emerging Twin Cities’ writers about Minneapolis’s iconic south side main street. It’s available now at Amazon.com and other online stores in both print and e-book, or ask your favorite bookseller… Continue reading Lake Street Stories has arrived!
My short story, Fox, just came out in American Fiction #16! I couldn’t be happier! It’s a coming of age story about an awkward young man who works at a corner grocery and the guy who protects him. It’s close to my heart, because I worked at just such a corner store in just such… Continue reading Fox in American Fiction
Block E Panel Discussion Press Release December 17, 2 – 4 p.m. Hennepin History Museum, 2303 3rd Ave So. Minneapolis Book reading Video presentation, Shinders to Shinders Discussion A panel discussion about the notorious Block E in downtown Minneapolis, featuring people who lived and worked there, including: Patrick Scully. Scully, a celebrated Twin Cities’ performance… Continue reading Block E: Minneapolis’s Times Square Fireside Chat