two thousand miles on the road thirty hours, … [Read More...] about Thoughts from the Open Road
Michael Green bio
I’ve been a rock musician and a theater actor, only to find my calling as an author.
I’m a frequent contributor to online journals and blogs. I’m also the writer and director of The Strange Disappearance of Henry Allison, an “audio drama extreme” currently in production. I live in Los Angeles. Drop me a line.
That voice—like a throttled parrot—squawked from the front stairway. “Travis! Hurry up.” “Hold on! I’m not ready.” “We're leaving in two minutes. Don't make us late for church again.” Travis … [Read More...] about T … T … T is for Tennis!
Someone once told me we are made in the image of God. I didn’t know how to respond to that. I probably stuck out my tongue and made a childish noise. But if I’m honest, sometimes when I have my hand … [Read More...] about Chapter 1 of NATTER
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A story of acceptance, of fitting in, of growing up—you know, the stuff of life. Junior, a 14-year-old living on a Spokane Indian reservation, leaves home to attend an all-white high school. As he struggles to find his identity among the students, he struggles equally to maintain connections back on the reservation, as once-friends now view him as a traitor.
Sensational writing—humorous and heartwarming, equally heartbreaking—and great illustrations by Ellen Forney. Good luck trying not to read this in one sitting. (Amazon link)