If you’ve made it here, there’s a good chance it’s because you read one of my essays in the Boston Globe Magazine: “Steam Heat,” “The Mouse That Roared,” or “Time Apart? No Problem.” These essays, which have been dubbed “not as good a use of your time as folding that laundry” by one critic (to whom I am married), represent my complete ouevre, a word that might as well be spelled fgxlme for all my ability to pronounce it.
But thanks for coming. If you’d like to learn more about me, visit the section of the site I have cleverly called About. If you’d like to read my published works, you can click on Steam Heat or The Mouse That Roared or Time Apart over and over again. Enjoy.