Pleased to announce that my story, “Half Tank,” has been selected for the Best Microfiction 2019 anthology. Many thanks to the editors, as well as everyone at Atticus Review, where the story first appeared. Read more about the anthology here: http://www.bestmicrofiction.comRead More Best Microfiction 2019
The year is over (pretty much), so (bowing to peer pressure) here’s everything I put out in the world during 2018: I published the following stories, most of which are quite small: “The Wherewithal” at Monkeybicycle “Creatures of Love” at Last Exit “Old Friends” at Last Exit “Everyone Needs a Kind Stranger to Listen to His Secrets” at Last […]Read More 2018, Condensed
I am truly horrible at updating this website with new blog posts… The year is almost over, and since my last dispatch, I have two more publications to share. Up first is a story about a troubled marriage, a WWII typhoon, and a ghost trapped in a wall. It’s called “The Wherewithal,” and the generous […]Read More Ghosts
I regularly neglect the blog portion of my website. As such, here’s a quick rundown of what I’ve published since my last post (back in May): Stories: “Creatures of Love” at Last Exit “Old Friends” at Last Exit “Everyone Needs a Kind Stranger to Listen to His Secrets” at Last Exit “Parental Concerns” at Bending Genres “Half Tank” at Atticus Review […]Read More Oh yeah, there’s a blog on this site: fall update
About a year ago, Gary Anderson, who runs the small New Jersey publishing house Run Amok Books, approached me about releasing a collection of my various nonfiction writing. While I was flattered, I didn’t have a full collection’s worth of material, but our back and forth inspired Gary to create a volume of nonfiction by […]Read More A book, you say?
I’m humbled to be reading with an amazing lineup—Hanif Abdurraqib, Chad B. Springer, and Abi Rodriguez—at Syllable, on Sunday, Jan. 7. Join me for what should be a great night of words. Doors open at 6:30pm, and details can be found here.Read More Upcoming Reading in Hartford
Wrote a small tale based on old stories of New England vampires (folks were pretty gullible back in the day), and the kind folks over at Ellipsis Zine gave it a home. Click on through to take a look.Read More Aa-hoooooo, Vampires of New England. Aa-hooooooooo.