Broody New Englander


Three stories set in New England explore love and seduction, commitment and infidelity, death and mourning. Literary fiction with some hints of science fiction and the paranormal.   See the Book Trailer! 

Red & White


Caught between the tales and traditions of his tribe and the ever-encroaching world of the White Man, Lonely Cricket must figure out how to live, whom to love, and most difficult of all who he really is. As Lonely Cricket battles to find himself, the twists and turns of his story reveal more about his background than he ever expected to know.    See the Book Trailer! 

Memoirs From The Asylum


What is it like to work inside a state hospital or to be a patient in such a hospital? What is it like to live inside the mind of such a patient?

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Times To Try The Soul of a Man

What do an overweight stripper, the CIA, corruption in New York City, the Israeli Mossad, ancient Inca civilization, terrorism, political intrigue, mad dashes across America, and a waste-case of a teenager have in common?   See the Book Trailer! 

Widows Walk


Mary Flanagan, caught between her sense of religion and obligation on one hand and her very human desire for love and life on the other, is in emotional limbo.  See the Book Trailer! 

Tales From The Dew Drop Inne


Tales from the Dew Drop Inne” reads like a darkly humorous sitcom. The tone is both heartfelt and deliciously irreverent, showing that one does not need to hate humanity to appreciate the humor of life.   See the Book Trailer! 

Sweet & Sour


Short fiction some filled with sweetness and some filled with pain.
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El Catrin


Can Father Eduardo protect Jesus? Will the Devil best his brother? What mysterious things can happen among those who believe in holy mysteries? Who is El Catrîn?   See the Book Trailer! 

Two Tales of Terror


Two stories that reach into the primordial well of terror. Who among us can laugh at death? Who can hear the strange noises of the night and not hug their blankets just a bit tighter? “Bela” and “Sometimes You Can Hear ’em”: totally different tales, but both hit the human panic button.    See the Book Trailer! 



When I met Umar Abdul on Facebook, I hardly expected the result of this internet friendship to be a play. Ashes is the story of a contemporary Black American’s journey to Nigeria to return his father’s ashes to the land from which their ancestors had been sold into slavery. The resulting mix of cultures is at once humorous, life-changing, and filled with emotion.
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Kenneth Weene

A New Englander by birth and disposition and trained as a psychologist and minister, Ken Weene has worked as an educator and psychotherapist. Besides writing, Ken's earlier interests included whitewater rafting, travel, and playing paintball.

Ken's short stories and poetry have appeared in numerous publications. An anthology of his writings, Songs for my Father, was published by Inkwell Productions. Three of Ken's novels and a set of two short stories are published by All Things That Matter Press. Another novel, Broody New Englander, has just been published. His next book, a crime novel "Times To Try the Soul of Man," will be coming soon.

Now in semi-retirement, Ken and his wife live in Arizona. There Ken has been able to indulge his passion for writing and enjoying life.

Books By Kenneth Weene

 I love to write not just novels but short stories, essays, and poetry. I hope that my writing will evoke feelings, elicit thinking, provoke anger, and sometimes call forth laughter and tears. Here I share a variety of pieces that I hope will entertain and rouse you.  See More.

Road Rage

Rosalyn Weene – Artist

My wonderful wife, Roz, is a gifted if eccentric artist. Some of her work is social commentary, but more of it is off-beat and whimsical. Yes, her paintings are for sale and at a reasonable cost. However, no matter how much she may make you laugh, her sense of humor stays with me.  See More.


Kenneth Weene Commentaries

When life gives us lessons, it behooves us to share the teaching. As I struggle to make sense of what I have learned, I write commentaries and essays as my method for sharing.  See More.

Friends Sharing

Because they matter to me, I also share pieces by some of my dear friends. By the way, if you write and want to be included in that section, contact me. In fact, no matter what your reactions to my writing, please let me know.  See More.

Short Stories & Poetry

Short stories and poetry not only challenge me but also enrich me as a writer. Sometimes, I indulge in flash and even micro-fiction and other times longer stories. Some of my poetry is free verse and some are formal. To all of them, I bring determination to hone my craft and a love of the written word.  See More.




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