Watch for Web site changes in the near future. After five years of a successful look, which was expertly implemented and maintained by Webmaster Alan Germani, I am migrating to a new design which makes the site easier to use. Pardon the dust, so to speak, while the new design is executed. The blog and site, which exist primarily to showcase my work, will remain free with no advertising (feel free to make a safe, secure donation). I am looking forward to going ‘live’ and I hope you like the changes. [April 9, 2012 update: the re-designed site went ‘live’ this week.]
Besides my stories in progress, my post about President Kennedy ran as an op-ed in the Providence Journal and, on the first day of Supreme Court arguments for and against ObamaCare, the Philadelphia Inquirer published my argument as the dissenting opinion to their editorial in favor of the law. My essay about the late Whitney Houston, “Remember Whitney for Her Ability,” is currently featured on Capitalism Magazine. I’ve finished my writing and philosophy studies at the Objectivist Academic Center in Orange County, California – I am grateful for everyone’s encouragement and support during these past four years – so I am fully focused on new and current projects, including the site upgrade. As always, feel free to let me know your thoughts.