Heather Bartlett, HGR‘s editor-in-chief, was awesome enough to publish a short story of mine from the forthcoming collection. You can check it out here, and be sure to read the other contributors’ amazing works.
“Matt & Matt &”
Aaron Burch and the good folks at Hobart After Dark were awesome enough to publish a flash CNF piece of mine that started off as an elegy for two childhood friends and wound up being something entirely different. Check it out here.
Holy. Fucking. Shit.
A huge, huge, huge thanks to Cris, Justin, Caleb, and everyone else on the Bridge Eight Press team for this absolute honor. (Forthcoming in Spring ’22!)
“Snuff Film” (new fiction featured in The Shanghai Literary Review) – 14 April 2021
A huge thanks goes out to Juli Min, editor-in-chief of The Shanghai Literary Review, for her patience and care in accepting and editing the story.
“Working from Memories of Memories: a Conversation with Lauren Hough” – 14 April 2021
Lauren Hough is the author of the punch-in-the-face-excellent essay collection, Leaving Isn’t the Hardest Thing (Vintage Books). You can find my interview with her over on The Rumpus.
“No Shortage of Creepy: an Interview with Jennifer Pashley” – 30 November 2020
Jennifer Pashley, author of The Scamp, talked with me recently about her first proper thriller, The Watcher, out now from Crooked Lane Books. You can find our interview over at Fiction Writers Review.
Spring Writes 2020 Panel Recording Available
Back on November 19th, Heather Bartlett, Kathryn Henion, and I delivered a panel called “Total Submission: Understanding the Kinks and Quirks of Literary Magazines,” as part of the Spring Writes 2020 literary festival. The recording from that night’s panel is now up and running on YouTube. Check it out!
“Heavy Petting” (new fiction up at the Saturday Evening Post) – 20 November 2020
I have a new story up now at The Saturday Evening Post. It involves chain-smoking dance instructors, frotteurism, and a feral ex-girlfriend. (Thanks be unto Nick Gilmore, who runs the contemporary and classic fiction posts at the magazine.)
Spring Writes Panel (“Total Submission: Understanding the Kinks and Quirks of Literary Magazines”) – Thursday, 19 November 2020
Come join Kathryn Henion, Heather Bartlett, and me for a conversation on how to send your work out to literary magazines. Registration to the Zoom event is free! (Thanks be unto Robin Schwartz, Program Director of Ithaca’s Community Arts Partnership, for organizing the event.)
Interview with David James Poissant, author of LAKE LIFE
You should read David James Poissant’s debut novel, Lake Life. (It’s by the same guy who wrote the insanely, unimaginably good short story collection, The Heaven of Animals.) Check it out!