Most of my web posts about writing are about writing productivity. Chances are that’s how you found me. It has, oddly, become a sub-specialty of mine, and it’s made this site very popular. Even Merlin Mann, the productivity guru of 43-Folders fame, has cited some of my FSIM work. You can find the original FSIM post here, and subsequent posts about it here.
At the same time I have been working on a book length project (or two) while doing development work and lit study at The NSSR.
How’s it coming? Well, I was accepted in 2010 to the New York State Writer’s Institute at Skidmore, in Rick Moody’s section (the masters section). So, not too bad. I’m now a multi-year, repeat offender up there in Saratoga.
- I’ve studied over at The New School’s writing program
- I have completed six terms in the Writer’s Studio, 2008 Pulitzer Prize winner Philip Schultz’ writing school
- I am a member of the New York Center For Fiction.
I call it MFA Home Schooling.
Besides that, I have a BA from St. Lawrence University, and a graduate degree from Loyola in an unrelated field, and I’ve done a bunch of post-graduate work, but that was so long ago.
Here’s a link to older articles about me and my corporate background.