I am excited to announce that my first creative writing class for Skillshare is now available! It is titled “Crafting Complex Characters (Quickly) for Short Fiction.” From the class page: Whether you’re writing a 400 or 4000-word short story, you need to know your protagonist’s tics, joys, and sorrows in order to create a believable […]Read More Teaching at Skillshare
Wrote a small tale based on old stories of New England vampires (folks were pretty gullible back in the day), and the kind editors 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.
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
So pleased to have a piece, “Mr. Dinosaur,” in the new issue of Storychord. A big thanks to Kate Senecal, who curated the issue.Read More A new story (involving imaginary friends)
Greetings. You may be here thanks to a link from the wonderful Natalia Sarkissian, my partner in crime over at Numéro Cinq Magazine, who invited me to participate in this dervish known as the My Writing Process Blog Tour. If so, let me welcome you to my small little sliver of the web. If not, well, […]Read More #MyWritingProcess Blog Tour
My thoughts on the novel The Double Life of Alfred Buber appear in the latest print edition of Rain Taxi Review of Books. Click here to see the table of contents. You can also buy a copy. Second, my good friend Sarah Braud just launched a strange little website called Roadkill Obituaries. Her husband Dave takes the pictures […]Read More A review and an obituary walk into a bar …