Non-fiction Publications:

Magazines

Books

Deaf Side Story (Gallaudet University Press)


Rigney’s account of this small tale of an unusual production is intelligent and humane. For example, he demonstrates both sensitivity and humor...” (Read more...)

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)http://home.fgi.net/~tracer1/PDFs/rigneycv.pdfNon-fiction_files/MR%20Writing%20CV%202012.docxshapeimage_2_link_0

Please note: Evansville Parent no longer exists, a victim of web publishing.  Columbus Parent does not maintain web links for articles, so these links are, sadly...not much use.

Websites

Black Gate

Various articles and reviews have been posted over the last few years on this site.  The link here takes you to a late 2011 offering, “Fantasy Out Loud.”  Or, you could try the more recent 2012 outing, “Fantasy Out Loud - Part II.”  (I’m like a Hollywood studio: sequels rule.)  Once on the site, you can plug in my name to the search engine and find most of what I’ve contributed so far, with fiction available as of December, 2012.  As of early August, 2014, my most recent film review is of Time After Time, and can be found at this delightful link.

Playscripts, Inc.

This on-demand publisher maintains a running series of blogs from its many authors and contributors.  I was asked to add a piece in the fall of 2011, and have contributed several more since.  Follow the link

J Journal

“The Book of Badges” appears in the Fall, 2013 issue.  A publication of John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City, J Journal focuses on issues of justice and law.

Outside In - Literary & Travel Magazine

Home to some of the best travel writing around, both fiction and non-fiction.  I can quite sincerely recommend the entire site, not simply my small corner of it.  My first (but hopefully not last) piece at Outside In is “The Little Corners of the World,” a barnstormer’s guide to Greece, the Young Communists of Athens, and unusual diaper changes.

Whereabouts (2Leaf Press)


Compellingly narrative and, at times, dazzlingly lyrical...”  Henry Hughes, The Harvard Review