I haven't been writing as much as I should this past year, but what I have been writing, I haven't been posting. I mean to start submitting things again though, and I'll share a few here once they see print.
I used to have a Sunday column in the Providence Journal. Here are a few of my pieces that have appeared there.
I also wrote a humor column for my college newspaper, the Williams Record.
A tiny publication called the Real Deal popped up while I was at Williams, and I wrote some bizarre stuff for them.
And let's not forget the Mad Cow, the humor magazine I founded and edited and wrote too much of. Everything from fake news to new course lists. But for you, a prime selection, my short story salute to the hard-boiled detective genre:
I write serious things occasionally too. They've appeared all over, from Birthright Israel to the Patriot Ledger. I know, I know, the humor pieces are more fun to read. But everyone has to be serious sometime. If you doubt my commitment to humor, though, be sure to read the second sample here.
I did a bit of freelancing for the Berkshire Advocate and the Berkshire Eagle, but lately the local folks haven't been returning my emails. I sought refuge in the web and am now doing the occasional piece for Generation J, for the same fellow I was working with at Birthright Israel.
Of course, if you want to see where I waste the most time writing these days, you need look no further than my triumverate of unpaid humor: my Diary, my Blog with Lex, and my still-uncompleted quest for the coveted pen in the Style Invitational.
And if I do that for free, imagine what I can do for you if you pay me.