The October book launch came and went rapidly. The warm reception from family, friends, and writing community has been tremendous. I would like to say thank you to friends at the Winchester Book Gallery for hosting the launch of my debut book. Thank you to friends who masked up, socially distanced, and celebrated in person. [...]
I am delighted to share this poem is a selected winner of the Button Poetry 2020 Short Form Contest. It was posted on Button Poetry Instagram, Friday, September 11, 2020. I am deeply gratefully for the selection and the opportunity to share. W. D. H.
QUESTION: "How do you know when you are home?" ANSWER: Mobius This is the origin story of my new book. A friend asked me a direct personal question which I could not immediately answer. In an attempt to circle back, I began to write personal thoughts and very short stories that resonated with me. [...]
"The writer must write what he has to say, not speak it." ~ Ernest Hemingway I have the above Hemingway quote engraved on a mantel piece that sits atop my desk. Another mantra which I repeat to myself often? "If I have time to talk about writing, I have time to actually do it." [...]
It's amazing what happens when you share... I did a live reading on my personal Facebook page three weeks ago. The response was very positive. I received many messages to share more. So I gave it thought and this is what followed: I shared my short story about COVID with a media group called [...]
"...And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you." ~ Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil, Aphorism 146 Solus By W. D. Hubbard this somnolent night we sleep with doors open. when the void stares back we do not stir. our body as solus. our shadow - the empire. [...]
The Power of Asking for Help My life experiences generally fall into two categories: the times I asked for help and the times I wish I did. I remember when I first began to note the difference. I was in bind trying to figure out how to start a new idea. I worked very [...]
like sparks flung from fire: poetry in a time of coronavirus April is National Poetry Month in the U.S. and every April I write a special poem. I tried extra hard to make a special poem this year, as if these historic times demanded it. But much like 2020, it didn't go as planned. [...]