I met Noah Rosenstein when we were eighteen-year-old freshmen at Emerson College in Boston, in 1988: the last year of the Reagan presidency, pre-Internet, pre-personal computer (for most people, anyway), pre-cell phone. That feels like two lifetimes ago, although...
I never thought I’d be saying this, but I’m becoming better known for my pickles than I am for my novels–at least locally. Here’s a great piece by Janice Middleton in the Halifax Chronicle-Herald. It’s about the pickles I’ve been...
NovaScotiaFood.com, a site I built, has really struck a chord with a lot of folks. I did an interview about it with CKBW (Bridgewater, NS) this morning, and I’ll be doing another one early Monday morning on CBC’s Information Morning at about 6:25 am. If...
For Christmas this year, I received a masala dabba from my wife. Masala means spice, I think, and dabba means box–in what language, I’m not sure. I like to imagine that every Indian household has one of these, the way every North American one has salt and...
Aristotle’s Writing Tips
Click here to listen to my lecture on Aristotle’s POETICS, an ancient work on writing, with advice on how to create great storylines that is still relevant for writers today.
THE BEST POLISH RESTAURANT IN BUFFALO
My 14th novel is now available in print or Kindle edition!
The Best Polish Restaurant in Buffalo is available as an audiobook from Tantor Media! Click here to get it.
EDDIE’S BASTARD in The Guardian
Click the ostrich to read Tom Cox's piece in The Guardian about my first novel.