Musings on Shoal Hope. We begin to write with a sense of urgency that what comes to us in words must be captured before it slips away. Later, after struggling with all that is required – necessary? – To transform, translate, re-form, recast…, make what we have taken down into something…. We turn leery, reluctantContinue reading “Shoal Hope”
Provincetown TV has been videotaping the featured writers at the Writer’s Voice Café at Napi’s in Provincetown for the last few months.
Wednesday, May 11 at 7:00 pm upstairs at Napi’s I’ll be reading from both Shoal Hope and Something for Nothing, including the chapter, “…Peter” that will be included in the Dark Mountain II anthology due to be published in Britain in June.
Jim Brosseau, host of Dateline Provincetown recently interviewed me about my writing. Dateline Provincetown: An Interview with Antonio Dias. We talk about writing Shoal Hope. I read a short excerpt and a poem, From Wood End…