I write historical fiction that views the past from new perspectives and nontraditional points of view. My current projects include a novel about a poet who’s prosecuted for treason at the turn of the 17th century in London. My fiction is speculative yet plausible and supported by the historical record. Who knows, the “alternative” history of today could be the “mainstream” history of tomorrow.
Edward Rymes, a physics teacher from Chicago, has the chance to buy his childhood home that his late father built . . . but he’s got competition. That’s the premise of The House Friends, my ghost story picked by The Fiction Desk to appear in a new anthology—I invite you to take a look (don’t be afraid).
I live in Washington, D.C. and blog mostly about Shakespeare. Here are links to my most recent posts: