This month, for David Magazine, I take a look at the new Wonder Woman film starring Gal Godot, as well as a brief history of the character and her creator. Of course, while you’re there, you might want to check out this related article about women in the Israeli army (of which Gadot herself was a member a few years back)
At the same time, there’s some interesting commentary happening at The Mary Sue about the lack of advertising and promotion for this film.
Yup. This month I tackle the “The War Against Domestic Grime,” which “is Chronicled on Our Refrigerator Door.”
Source: The Honey Do List | David Magazine
PS: Rasa disagrees with this list, insisting everything should be done if not daily, then at least three times a week.
So nice to see my old buddy Skids writing again. This time he’s taking on the idea of a major league sports franchise in the Las Vegas Valley. You should give it a read.
“A Hockey Fan Balances Loyalty to His Hometown Team With a Growing Excitement for the Arrival of the Vegas Golden Knights”
Source: Home Ice? | David Magazine
This piece started as a look at unusual wedding dresses. While researching, I tapped my friend Adriann for information. Turned out, she was story.
Here’s a fascinating look at wedding dresses, what’s current, and how to get the mall set to wear Penny Dreadful couture!
Source: Blowing Up Convention | David Magazine
Many years ago, back when I still lived in Vegas, I would hang out at Denny & Lee Magic shop on Saturday mornings with a bunch of great guys (who also happened to be magicians). One of them was Timm Metivier, who, a year ago, decided to open his own shop – not magic, but one for board games.
Here’s a little story I wrote about it for David. Source: Games People Play | David Magazine
My boss, the publisher of David Magazine, has this wonderful way of working. If I happen to be traveling somewhere, he knows something about the history and sends me on an adventure to write a story for an upcoming issue. This time, I was in Portugal, so he sent me in search of Portuguese Jewish history. The result is at the link below. Enjoy!
The Age of Discovery of the Portuguese Jews
Source: Rabbi Abraham Zacuto and the Astrolabe | David Magazine
So we’ve finally reached the end of 2016 and are starting a whole new trip around the sun. I started writing a post about life and looking at things in retrospect, disseminating politics and personifying the year but honestly, who cares? There were some bad times (Like this and this) but there were also some amazing times (for instance there was this and this). Continue reading
Here’s an audio version of my short story “Disappear,” from the collection Las Vegas Noir. The collection features stories from the likes of Vu Tran, Pablo Medina, John O’Brien, Felicia Campbell, Bliss Esposito and Lori Kozlowski, among others. If you like it, you can get the whole audio book here or the print/Kindle versions here. No matter which way you get it, you can take a half hour or so and enjoy this little tale of magic in the desert, where sometimes all you want to do is Disappear. Continue reading
Tags: crime, fiction, noir
My latest short story, “The 13th Car,” is included here in this collection of wonderful steampunk stories. It’s the 6th story in when you go looking for it. So happy to be included amongst such great stories!
Feel free to go and grab yourself a kindle copy and if you like what you read, please leave a review.
And hey, if you’re one of them people who can nominate things for awards, well, you know how much I love and respect you.
Man Had to Go to the Moon to Appreciate the Majesty of the Bright Blue Marble Floating in Space that We all Call Home.
Source: Earth Rise | David Magazine
My latest in David Magazine. I’m pretty happy with this one. Give it a read and see what you think.