AIRSTREAMING on LATalkRadio.com I’ll be talking about my novel, AIRSTREAMING, on Max and Friends on LATALKRADIO.com at 8pm PST tonight, February 9, 2014. Tune in from your computer and hear about the latest as we relaunch the book in the next few months. Advertisements
This week I was finally taken to The Shady Dell by my friend, Paula Sindelar. This unique motel is just outside of downtown Bisbee, AZ, which was built to support mining and other pursuits a century ago. Fully restored trailers of the vintage aluminum variety dot a desert landscape. Add to this a restored 1957 […]
So thankful to the editors at Kirkus Reviews for featuring Airstreaming in their December newsletter. What a treat to come home to this news after a great Christmas. I do hope this year is the year that Airstreaming breaks out! Use this holiday to cozy up to the fire and read my novel.
We bring home, from far off places, things to remind us of where we’ve been, and who was there. This tin star from New Mexico is hung in our home after waiting two years for a light to brighten it. The light is found on the day my fiancé’s grandson is born, on a day […]
When in life do you fall in love with appliances? When knobs and lights, heat and the proper lines of cool refrigerant expose the underbelly of age? When exactly does the idea of them take hold? Is it when building a home with someone you love steals you against the outside world? When the years […]
My story, Follow Me Through, along with several other stories, will be published in With: New Gay Fiction on December 2, 2013. With: New Gay Fiction, along with its poetry companion, Between: New Gay Poetry, are the first original anthologies published by Chelsea Station Editions. These anthologies have been assembled and published without the help of any […]
“With no wasted space yet plenty of emotion, the simplicity of Schabarum’s writing is a marvel. Compact sentences brim with an appreciation for character and the lonely expanse of suburban life. The constantly shifting characters become inextricably linked in different ways, until they ultimately separate, finding freedom in loss and letting go.” – Kirkus Reviews BOOK REVIEW In […]