I have a couple of new book reviews out in the world. For Cleaver, I wrote about Donald Quist’s essay collection, Harbors, and at Electric Literature, I have a piece on Melanie Finn’s new novel, The Gloaming.
A few new items have popped up recently.
One is a tiny essay I wrote called “Exoneration,” which appears in the latest issue of 5×5. It’s only one sentence long, but that sentence is far from short.
Also out are a couple of book reviews. At NC, I got to talk about Masande Ntshanga’s amazing novel, The Reactive. And I was so happy to review Abby Frucht and Laurie Alberts’ new, crazy tale, A Well-Made Bed, for The Northwest Review of Books.
Some new(ish) book reviews:
- At Numéro Cinq, I wrote about Hubert Haddad’s novel Rochester Knockings.
- For The Georgia Review, I covered Tracy Daugherty’s Empire of the Dead (this is only available in the print edition).
- I talked about two books at Vol. 1 Brooklyn: Amber Sparks’s new collection, The Unfinished World, and Nance Van Winckel’s Ever Yrs.