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The Kindle version of Recollections of a Tundra Dancer is available for pre-order and launches at 12:01 AM on 10/27/2017. The printed version will launch in early November. Book trailer available soon. Recollections of a Tundra Dancer is about MJ Graham's life in Alaska featuring glaciers, moose, reindeer, fifty-five below weather, earthquakes, volcanoes, native culture, … Continue reading Recollections of a Tundra Dancer for Kindle is available on Amazon
A new online 'zine. I found the call for microfiction a lot of fun and sent in some offerings. Of course, they were overwhelmed. Mine didn't get selected. Here are my favorites. This flash fiction was required to use specific words, be a complete story, and be between 46 and 54 words. Deliver/Pajamas/Basement Stand and … Continue reading Zathom
I've written a bit for The Next Chapter, a feature of the East Texas Writers Guild. This is a screen capture of the February 2017 issue. This is a very active writers group and I highly recommend it. Scarlett has since gone on her a rural abode, far more her style. And with changes … Continue reading The Next Chapter
The animals in our lives often comprise the best of us. They are our companions on trips around the sun, far too often pre-deceasing us and leaving us bereft. Why do we miss our pals so much? They provide us with uncomplicated relationships. They are not in contention with us about who will do the … Continue reading The Best of Us
Fairbanks, Alaska gives new meaning to the word cold. The winter of 1989 still numbs my mind. There was, I thought, a distinct possibility I’d been transplanted to the McMurdo Station on Ross Island in Antarctica while I was asleep. Only at the time, McMurdo was experiencing balmy weather in the 50’s since it was … Continue reading The Fate of a Rubber Bumper at -55°F