Tuesday, July 21, 2015

My Short Essay in Washingtonian Magazine

If you wanted to read my flash essay recently published in Washingtonian magazine but either A) couldn’t get a copy of the paper magazine or B) forgot to read that back page in line at the grocery store, here it is online now:

“…People gaze into tiny screens, lost in tiny worlds of … what? We can’t see if it’s Facebook, games, Netflix. We don’t know which e-book is so enthralling, what the incoming text message advises. Most times the Metro is as quiet as an old-fashioned library. It’s what I thought I wanted, but I don’t like this desolate silence, either….” 


DC-area author Leslie Pietrzyk explores the creative process and all things literary.