Friday, November 20, 2015

Friday Night Special

Hi, There!

Thanks goes to Helen Literary Magazine for featuring my short story, Baby, on their Friday Night Specials!  Check out, Baby, another one of my willow short stories.

Thank you, HLM!

Saturday, October 24, 2015

A Poem for the Season

Blue Fifth Review has released their October issue.  Check out my poem, White Temples.  Perfect for the season, no?  Thanks Blue Fifth Review!

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

All Washed Up

Happy News!

My full length play, All Washed Up, will premiere at the Delphi Opera House next June!  A huge thank you to the Delphi Opera House and to Sara Daly Brosman for accepting my play to grace their historic and newly renovated stage.  I am so excited! Stayed tuned for more details to follow...


Monday, July 20, 2015

Willow, Willow, Willow...

Many of you know that I have been working on a collection of short stories all based on what a particular Willow tree had witnessed over time.  It's been a project that comes and goes when inspiration strikes.  It began years ago.  As ideas percolate and accumulate, the project has grown.

Someday, it may turn into an actual collection of linked short stories.

I've been submitting Willow stories here and there.  And I'm happy to report that CHEAP POP has published, "Toothache" this week.  Check it out!  Thank you CHEAP POP!

Friday, June 26, 2015


Good news!

Another poem has found a home.  This one's about a character who haunts my dream.  Check out Synaesthesia Magazine's HUSH-HUSH issue and read, Clearing the Detritus.

Thank you, Synaethesia Magazine!  Yay!

Monday, June 15, 2015

Haiku for June

Cap and gown flowing
last trip to the high school gym
Graduation day.

Little explosions
light up the old Sycamore
fireflies at dusk.

Thunderstorms, rainbows
on the short drive home from work
the scent of damp fields.

--all haiku written by Stacy Post

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Milestone on the Chess Journey

Chess Update:

2400 games played.  Whoa!

1437 won.
315 drawn.

73% won or drawn.

Winning streak: 17
Losing streak: 7

I am still testing Malcolm Gladwell's theory that 10,000 hours at a task will provide mastery.   Improving in tiny steps.  Which doesn't feel much like success.  But perhaps, when I reach 10,000 hours, it will feel more monumental then?  Not sure...

I do understand my flaws better.  So there is that.