My final story for The Walrus. As you may know, I no longer write stories for them. “The Angel Lady”… Read more FLASH FICTION: The Angel Lady
A public library is a quaint place to be in terror of one’s life. – Unknown War and Peace… Read more FLASH FICTION: A Public Library
Had fun being interviewed by Jennifer Sparrowhawk for her blog Kindred Cities – and being photographed by the talented Aidan… Read more INTERVIEW: Kindred Cities
“With some fantasies you’re invited to wade in, discovering the principles, nature, and backstories of the invented world step by… Read more REVIEW: Quill and Quire
The editors of The Walrus have decided, quite unexpectedly and without intelligible explanation, nine months into an agreed-upon one year… Read more Sorry to say…
“Mama burned the town down…” One more story, for the road. Read it here.
“Rolli is a master storyteller for juvenile readers.” So says Beth Wilcox of CM Magazine. Read the full review right here.
The third (and final) adventure of my dear friend Mr. Penny. In which he goes to a Paul McCartney concert.… Read more FICTION: Mr. Penny’s Dream
An Underwood … a Winchester … a hundred-year-old bottle of bourbon. Three characters in my latest for The Walrus. Read… Read more FLASH FICTION: The Book
So says Kirkus about Kabungo in an appreciative new article. Check it out.