The Free Lance-Star publishes my letter to the editor about mandatory school prayer.

I’m so happy today to see my latest letter to the editor (about mandatory prayer in the public school classroom) appear in the pages of The Free Lance-StarYou can read it online right here.

In addition to being the newspaper for my college town of Fredericksburg, Virginia, The Free Lance-Star is a leading regional news source with more than 65,000 weekday readers.  I’m quite grateful to its editorial staff for allowing me to share my perspective there.



EgoPHobia features two of my poems.

What a great day, guys.  I’m honored to share that three of my poems appeared today in EgoPHobia — an independent Romanian e-journal dedicated to literature and philosophy.

The poems selected were “Industrial Revolution” (an early poem that I’d dedicated to my late father), “Ode” and “school shooter.”  All three pieces can be found at EgoPHobia right here.

I am quite grateful to Editor Stefan Bolea and the staff at EgoPHobia for allowing me to showcase my work in this important cultural resource for Eastern Europe.



The Bristol Herald Courier publishes my letter about mandatory school prayer.

I’m very happy today to see the Bristol Herald Courier publish my letter to the editor about mandatory prayer in the public school classroom.  You can read it right here.

As always, I am grateful to Managing Editor Roger Watson and his staff for allowing me to share my perspective in this leading regional newspaper for Southwest Virginia.



The Roanoke Star publishes my commentary on mandatory school prayer.

I am so happy today to see The Roanoke Star feature my opinion piece on mandatory prayer in the public school classroom.  You can read it right here.

Thanks once again to Publisher Stuart Revercomb for allowing me to share my voice through this superb source of local news and commentary.



Spillwords Press features “Where Would We Go?”

I am so happy today to see Spillwords Press publish my love poem, “Where Would We Go?”  You can find it right here.

Thanks once again to Director of Development Dagmara K. for allowing me to share my voice via this wonderful online magazine!



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