Follow the link below to read “Grapes,” an essay/memoir that details my struggle, as a young child, with the reality of my parents’ divorce. It is without question one of the most heartfelt, personal works I have ever committed to the page. Thanks so much for reading, and I hope you enjoy it.
My deeply personal essay/memoir “Grapes” has been accepted for publication and will be forthcoming from an online literary magazine this November. Please stay tuned for further details!
Recently, Ed has had two poems — “The Ambulance” and “Sauteing Spinach With My Aunt” — published in the second issue of West Texas Literary Review and, now, his poem “Life Lesson” has been published as part of GFT Press’s Ground Fresh Thursday series.
Follow the links in his publications page to check out his latest work. As always, thanks for reading!
Follow the link below to the amazing Hippocampus Magazine, the home of Ed’s latest publication, a work of creative nonfiction, called “Eastern Parkway.”
I’m excited to announce my brief work of character comedy, “Masta of All,” has just been published by David Gregory over at the fantastic FUNNY IN FIVE HUNDRED. With a word count of 500 words (as the name of the site suggests), it’s a quick read. I hope you enjoy it!
Water~Stone Review, an annual literary journal published by the terrific team at Hamline University, announced the release of Volume 19, called Paper Bones. I’m honored to say that my essay, “The Grammar of Death,” has been published within its pages and is available now!
The print edition of “Comfort Food” is now available at One Teen Story! While you’re there, be sure to take a look at my interview with the fantastic Patrick Ryan as I discuss the process of writing “Comfort Food.”