In a Classroom, After the War

Once upon a time I wrote a story entirely in footnotes, and not just for tricks and fancy. I thought this story existed as a footnote in so many ways. To me, the character is a footnote, the girls are footnotes, the war is a footnote, the sadness is a footnote, the grief is a … Continue reading In a Classroom, After the War

Greta

Super excited to have a story, "Greta," up at The Fanzine. I wrote this piece for a collaboration between So Say We All and Thumbprint Gallery in San Diego, where a whole bunch of our writers were assigned visual art, given a word count (a page, or 300-500 words) (which is way beneath my ushe) … Continue reading Greta

AN UNCAREFUL MATHEMATICIAN WOULD ALWAYS MISTAKE THIS FOR LOVE

My first published poem, An Uncareful Mathematician Would Always Mistake This For Love, up today at Hobart, is actually near-total thievery. It's found poetry, from a calculus and analytical geometry textbook circa 1992. Too small a harvest, and you starve; too large, and you destroy and you starve 1. Get a feel The most important step … Continue reading AN UNCAREFUL MATHEMATICIAN WOULD ALWAYS MISTAKE THIS FOR LOVE

Best Of The Net Nom (nom nom)

A little while ago, James Tate Hill, the delightful fiction editor at MonkeyBicycle, emailed me to let me know that he nominated my story, Nineteen Things Only People Who Are Not Going To Survive The Hour Will Understand, for the 2015 Best Of The Net Anthology. I know how you feel about nominations and people … Continue reading Best Of The Net Nom (nom nom)

He’ll Write Your Name on The Bedroom Wall (plus an interview with yours truly)

A few days after I read "Nineteen Things Only People Who Will Not Survive The Hour Will Understand," at the Vermin on the Mount reading series this summer, fellow vermin Karen Stefano contacted me, said she liked my work, and asked if she could feature me in an upcoming issue of Connotation Press. And I … Continue reading He’ll Write Your Name on The Bedroom Wall (plus an interview with yours truly)

Leona Never Happened

Hey, remember that one time when someone liked my story?http://www.hobartpulp.com/web_features/leona-never-happened"The odds of one person's lineage surviving the entire history of the species are basically immeasurable. The number is larger than the universe itself. The odds of that lineage surviving and creating the exact egg and sperm combinations to create each precise person to then create … Continue reading Leona Never Happened