Writing Roundup

Here are some pieces I’ve put out into the world over the past few months.


My first piece for Trek Movie, a Star Trek site I’ve been reading for many years. It’s an¬†

interview with New York Times bestselling author Dayton Ward about his latest book, KIRK FU MANUAL.

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And speaking of Star Trek, I wrote an article for the official Star Trek website, all about my own personal trouble with Tribbles.


Theatre Reviews

HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH – Review of a fantastic production at The Warehouse Theatre.

THE HEATH – another great production at the Warehouse, this of a new play by Lauren Gunderson.

BRIGHT STAR – I saw the original production of this Steve Martin/Edie Brickell musical when it was on Broadway. I incorporated that experience into my review of a terrific production by the Mill Town Players.

NEWSIES – This production at Greenville Theatre was top notch (and, disclaimer, my son was in it).

DEAR EVAN HANSEN – the touring company came to the Peace Center.

COME FROM AWAY – What a wonderful show! We saw the touring production. I interviewed Julie Johnson, who graduated a year or two ahead of me from Austin College (in Sherman, TX).


Bonus – Five Great Local Hikes, written for a tourist guide to our town, published by the Greenville News.

My new book – Growing Greenville for 50 Years

I wrote a book.

It’s called “Growing Greenville for 50 Years: A Celebration of Greenville Technical College 1962-2012.”

Produced for the college’s 50th anniversary, the book was released last night at a celebratory gala. I am co-author, having written many of the chapters and helped arrange the overall flow.

It was a fun project to work on and I’m proud of the result – it’s a great looking book. And I learned a lot about the huge effect Greenville Tech has had – and continues to have – on the community.