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If you've lost someone to COVID-19... can dedicate a flag to them on the National Mall, until September 30:
The Day The Planes Stopped Flying (20 years ago). 

I wrote the following story on the afternoon of 9/11/2001. It was published the next day by an online ezine, and in a print anthology six weeks later:
Read the 2021 Emmy-Nominated Scripts! 

My latest aggregation article at Stage 32:


The Social Dilemma is screening for free until September 30:
"Asking For A Friend."  book cover

It's my new essay, just published in this Australian anthology. Enjoy!

25 Miles From Here, Pure Slush Vol. 21

95 writers imagine what it's like to want to be anywhere but where they are right now... featuring stories, essays and poetry.

LATER: I just discovered that this publication is in Pocket Book format (4.25 x 6.875 inches). My other two placements with Pure Slush (Gluttony and Greed) were in US Trade format (6 x 9 inches), so it was quite a shock to see this smaller volume. The font size is tiny, too.