Book Review Fiction


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 folks at the amazing Monkeybicycle gave it a home.

Second, I wrote a review of Julián Herbert’s debut novel, Tomb Song, for Kenyon Review Online. The novel is fascinating, chronicling the thoughts of Herbert (or, at least, a slightly fictionalized version of Herbert) as he sits at his ailing mother’s bedside. I highly recommend the book for lovers of literary fiction and translations.

That’s all to report. See you next year, friends.