Publications & presentations

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A selection of my publication and presentation credits:

Booze Cream,” flash fiction for The Iron Writer, Aug. 28, 2014.

“Immerse Your Reader in the Scene: Shaping the Details You Have (and the Details You Don’t Have) in Your Nonfiction Narratives” — Lecture for the Writer’s Workshop at Conway Library, Conway, S.C., April 24, 2014

“Lazy G,” a public reading of an essay for the Words To Say It Visiting Writers Series at Coastal Carolina University, Conway, S.C., April 8, 2014

“‘Environment Is Everything’ is Not The Message of This Book: The Quest for the Mystery Behind Nature in Annie Dillard‘s Pilgrim at Tinker Creek,” Feb. 29, 2012, guest lecture at the North Myrtle Beach Library, North Myrtle Beach, S.C. The lecture was part of the series, “Let’s Talk About It: Changing Places, Reflections on the Natural World.”

“Winter Night at River View Farm near Avenue, Maryland,” “Idol,” and “Chapped Lips in Orlando,” Winter 2012, Circumambulations

Regarding Joy and Grace,” Winter 2012, New Mirage Journal

“C.S. Lewis: A Soldier’s Imagination,” January-February 2011, Trinity Episcopal Church [Adult Education Series]

“Wither Juan Williams?,” Oct. 28, 2010, Weekly Surge, page 11

Blue Gold: Almost extinct brew rises from the ashes,” July 15, 2010, Weekly Surge, cover story [On Pabst Blue Ribbon]

Pabst Blue Ribbon
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Interview with author and professor Margaret R. Graver, June 2008, LiturgicalCredo

“The Role of Imagination in Literary Nonfiction Narratives,” May 2008, Queens University, Charlotte, N.C. [graduate school seminar]

Interview with author and professor Peter Augustine Lawler, June 2007, LiturgicalCredo

Interview with British writer Lesley Chamberlain, April 2007, LiturgicalCredo

Review of Michael Polanyi: The Art of Knowing by Mark T. Mitchell, March 2007, Appraisal: The Journal of the Society for Post-Critical and Personalist Studies, page 40

Review of How Celtic Culture Invented Southern Literature by James Cantrell, July 2, 2006, The Sun News, page E5

Exhibit Highlights Narrative of Art,” April 7, 2006, The Sun News

Review of “The Warrior’s Code” by Dropkick Murphys, March 24, 2006, Kicks!, page 14

The force behind C.S. Lewis’ Narnia,” December 4, 2005, The Sun News, page E5 [On George MacDonald]

“15 Shore Bets for Shopping At Myrtle Beach,” March 20, 2005, The Charlotte Observer, page 1I [Travel article]

“We like to be scared — but why?,” October 31, 2004, The Sun News, page E1

Gallery Showcase,” January 9, 2004, The Sun News [on a folk art exhibit]

“Need,” Spring 2003, Iodine Poetry Journal, page 17 [poem]

“Art That Speaks for Everyday Life,” February 14, 2003, Kicks!, page 7

Review of A Lady of the High Hills: Natalie Delage Sumter by Thomas Tisdale, July 28, 2002, The Sun News, page E5

Review of The Right Side of the River: Romance, Rage, and Wonder by Roger Pinckney, June 30, 2002, The Sun News, page E5

Review of U2: ‘All That You Can’t Leave Behind,’ November 10, 2000, Kicks!, page 27

Review of Vertical Horizon: ‘Everything You Want,’ August 20, 1999, Kicks!, page 16

“Writer: Trinity Highest Measure; God There in Times of Pain, Crabb Says,” May 16, 1999, The Sun News, page C1 [On psychologist Larry Crabb‘s visit to Myrtle Beach]

Review of Collective Soul: ‘Dosage,’ March 26, 1999, Kicks, page 26

Review of Fools, Martyrs, Traitors: The Story of Martyrdom in the Western World by Lacey Baldwin Smith, October 26, 1997, The Sun News, page E7

Review of Libertarianism: A Primer by David Boaz, March 9, 1997, The Sun News, page E7

“(Untitled),” 1995, Windhover [poem]

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