Short Stories in Print
Nonfiction for Kids
20 December 2012
New short fiction is in print! "'His Crowning Glory,'" a new tale of the Antique Lands, is available as a Kindle e-book edition of the online magazine Beneath Ceaseless Skies (#111). I will be making an excerpt available here in the coming days, and one is available now at the Amazon Kindle Store.
6 February 2011
For those who have wondered where I have been during this period of trouble in Egypt: I left the country just after Christmas and have been traveling most of the subsequent time in Mexico. My thanks to all of those who have expressed concern for my well-being either to me personally or to my friends and relatives. I continue to extend my own best wishes to friends and colleagues who are still in, or who have lately left, Egypt.
3 August 2010
"Overland Boat Transportation during the Pharaonic Period: Archaeology and Iconography" by Pearce Paul Creasman and Noreen Doyle can be found among other nautically themed articles in the current Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections (2.3, 8/1/2010). You can find the entire table of contents here.
18 March 2010
Not to be confused with the previously mentioned article, "Ground-penetrating radar survey at the pyramid complex of Senwosret III at Dahshur, Egypt, 2008: search for the lost boat of a Pharaoh" can be found in the March 2010 issue the Journal of Archaeological Science. The abstract is available here.
26 August 2009
"An Exploratory Geophysical Survey at the Pyramid Complex of Senwosret III at Dahshur, Egypt, in Search of Boats," which discusses fieldwork performed by my coauthors in 2007, appears in the September 2009 issue of the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology. The abstract is available here.
(What else have I been up to? See the Old News page.)
I am a freelance writer, editor, photographer, and consultant with graduate degrees in Egyptology and nautical archaeology. As you'll discover when you learn more about my fiction, Egyptology deeply informs the stories I write, and the use of ancient Egypt as a source of inspiration in modern times--whether for novelists, architects, decorative arists, poets, or philosophers--is a particular interest of mine.
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The Clydesdale Plantation Vessel, port side; along the banks of the Savannah River, South Carolina, near Savannah, Georgia: photograph by Frederick M. Hocker, courtesy of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, copyright 1992.