A man, a horse and discoveries on every page
Real live actors will be reading Gable Smiled, a work in progress, on a real live stage!
I’ll have a Q&A with audience members after the reading.
(this is so exciting)
NH Writers Project Hatbox Readings
New Hampshire Writers’ Project Readings at the Hatbox Theatre is a semi-regular theatrical and literary event series where actors read entertaining selections from ‘works in progress’ by three NHWP authors, and the audience offers feedback, critique, and reactions.
This event will not only allow the author to “hear” some of their novel, story, or book, but also receive immediate feedback. The audience will experience new works from NH authors live and contribute directly to an author’s creative process.
NHWP or Hatbox Members: FREE
Adults: $10; Students/Seniors: $7.
Hatbox Theater, Concord, NH
Quite the Life (and all in Times New Roman 10pt!)
Hello all and welcome to our first February Author Interview Plunge
. Today we’ll be talking with…umm…me
! I finally get my go at this with Jennifer “The Editress” Day
at the helm! Feel free to give me (and Jennifer) a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
Continue reading “Joseph Carrabis – It’s Autobiography…I swear!”
I’ve shared Gable Smiled
with a few folks, on Facebook and in a few workshops. Here’s an excerpt to go along with my interview
. Enjoy, and do let me know what you think.
Continue reading “Gable Smiled”
Pesky characters, always makin’ a ruckus…
Interesting experience a few weeks back. I got into a serious argument with some characters in The Augmented Man. The argument was so serious that all writing stopped. Not only writing on The Augmented Man, also work on Ritchie and Phyl, Gable Smiled and a host of others.
Fantasy characters threatened to strike in support of their literary fiction brothers and sisters. Characters still in development refused to cross picket lines in support of their already written brethren and sistren.
There was talk of locking up my keyboard until things got resolved.
But if you lock up the keyboard we’ll never reach an agreement, I explained.
Phyl said, “You have two paragraphs, Mister. Get writing.”
Continue reading “Labor Relations”