New story alert! I have a flash at the amazing WhiskeyPaper. It’s about getting lost in the woods. Immense gratitude to Leesa Cross-Smith for accepting the piece.Read More Talking with animals
I have two stories in the new issue of Hypertrophic Literary (a reprint of “Fatherwifehusband” and a new one, “The Word Hater Reads His Future”). You can buy a print or digital copy here. Many thanks to editors Maddie Anthes and Lynsey Morandin for their enthusiasm and help. Also, the kind folks at The RS […]Read More It’s such fun
Two newish reviews are out in the world. At Kenyon Review Online, I wrote about Marcy Dermansky’s novel, The Red Car, and Numéro Cinq has my thoughts on Rodrigo Fresán’s The Invented Part. Both books are wild in their own ways. That is all.Read More Stuff and Things
Three recent book reviews have surfaced. Behold: I rambled on about Elise Levine’s Blue Field at Numéro Cinq I waxed poetic about D. Foy’s Patricide at Rain Taxi I (fill in the blank) about Robert Walser’s Girlfriends, Ghosts, and Other Stories at Electric Literature All three are great reads, if you’re looking for something to read. If you’re not, they’re still great reads. […]Read More Updates! (Updated!)
My micro story, “Vanity.,” was published yesterday by New South. I think I started developing this piece after yanking out my ear hairs one day. Maybe. Either way, if you want to read it, click on the above title.Read More New writing at New South
Two pieces of information: First, Kenyon Review Online published my review of Diane Williams’ great story collection, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, which you can read here. Second, COG published my short story, “What Did the Boy Do When He Came Back to Life?” in their newest issue. In it, I namecheck The Goonies, WWF Wrestling, Koko B. Ware, and more. […]Read More The Goonies, Koko B. Ware, and Diane Williams, together at last!
I’m very happy that my friend Donald Quist invited me to participate in his new online project, Past Ten, which lets writers talk about their pasts. Here’s my contribution.Read More Looking Backward