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Article
Feb.10.2009
First review, Amazon; second review, tba
r Amazon:  Dying Unfinished, Maria Espinosa, Wings Press, March, 2009. This is a powerful novel about the interactions within a dysfunctional family. The relationship between Eleanor and her daughter Rosa are at the center of the  story, but it also deeply engages the father, Aaron, and Eleanor and Aaron’s two sons, Howard and Jesse, as well. The family lives in...
Article
Feb.10.2009
First review, Amazon; second review, tba
r Amazon:  Dying Unfinished, Maria Espinosa, Wings Press, March, 2009. This is a powerful novel about the interactions within a dysfunctional family. The relationship between Eleanor and her daughter Rosa are at the center of the  story, but it also deeply engages the father, Aaron, and Eleanor and Aaron’s two sons, Howard and Jesse, as well. The family lives in...
Short Story
Sep.11.2008
Playgirl Magazine
Published in Playgirl Magazine, 1987 1.             Kate goes to do the dishes again, grateful to escape the noise from the other room. Rock music. Her children's voices. She presses her belly against the sink and makes the suds rise with foam. Her hair will soon be the same color as the foam, she notices. She'll be 50 in two years.             What she feels now...
Short Story
Aug.28.2008
Wheelhouse Review 2007
  Issue 1, Winter 2007   This Is What It Is To Go Blindby Mimi Albert She stands at the bus stop and tries to be patient while she waits for it to come. Near her are a mother and two kids, an active boy who makes a lot of noise and a stout little girl in a white pinafore. But when she looks at the little girl again she sees that the child has no head....
Aug.28.2008
SKIRTS (Baskerville, 1994
UPCOMING READINGS, PUBLICATIONS, AND EVENTS New online course as of Jan 2007: "Introduction to Fiction." Other classes taught since 1997: "Exploring Your Creative Writing Potential" "Developing the Novel I" Access at: Media Center of the University of California at Berkeley, Extension Online http://learn.berkeley.edu/ PETALUMA POETRY...