Nosebleeds from Washington Heights reveals a number of salient episodes that took place in Washington Heights between 1940 and 1958. Written as poignant short stories, the tales are replete with what for many may be long forgotten people, places and events. For some, it will be an unforgettable passport back into those lost years filled with the kind of detail and stuff of which memories are made, which will jar and delight.
4313 tells of a young man's colorful initiation into the United States Marine Corps, his discovery of Radio, and his journey into and through that selective and often veiled world. The book tells, not without irony and wit, of Quantico, Parris Island and Camp Lejeune as the story moves into the sphere of more than a dozen radio stations from North Carolina to New York City. It is a revealing tale of two worlds beyond whose portals few ever get to see.
Pineapple Grove & Other Short Stories is a book of ecclectic stories from the philosophical and nostalgic to the satiric and whimsical. For the science-fiction fan there are several of those included in this collection, as well as a take off or two on the pulp type horror tales of the fifties with some surprising twists. The collection of stories in Pineapple Grove contains short stories in both the classical tradition of cozy yarn spinning and the kind of tales rarely stumbled on today. Reading this book is like sitting down with an old friend by the fire.