How To Set Yourself on Fire: Book Launch Party

Hey it's a book release party for Julia Dixon Evans's debut novel, HOW TO SET YOURSELF ON FIRE. Readings and books and signings and drinks and food and stuff. --- HOW TO SET YOURSELF ON FIRE: BOOK RELEASE PARTY MAY 8th, 2018 - 8 PM STARLITE SAN DIEGO 3175 INDIA ST (21+) --- ABOUT HOW … Continue reading How To Set Yourself on Fire: Book Launch Party

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How to Set Yourself on Fire: a Book Tour

(Keep an eye on the EVENTS page for updates). SAN DIEGO BOOK LAUNCH Tuesday, May 8th @ 8 PM @ Starlite LOS ANGELES: In Conversation with Jim Ruland Wednesday, May 9th @ 7:30 PM @ Skylight Books SAN DIEGO: with Tessa Fontaine and Ryan Bradford Friday, May 11th @ 7 PM @ Mysterious Galaxy SAN … Continue reading How to Set Yourself on Fire: a Book Tour

Featured in the Union-Tribune Spring Arts Preview

So happy to see How to Set Yourself on Fire in the Sunday San Diego Union-Tribune Spring Arts Preview! You can read it online here! http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/entertainment/books/sd-et-spring-arts-books-dixon-20180325-story.html Q: How has living in San Diego influenced your debut novel? A: San Diego is fundamental to this book. I’ve lived here since I was 11 years old, and I’m still always unsettled … Continue reading Featured in the Union-Tribune Spring Arts Preview

Playing Baseball Mediocrely But Playing Baseball With Pure Joy

Delighted to have some non-fiction up at Hobart, my true love lit mag, for their month-long Baseball issue. Mine is called "Playing Baseball Mediocrely But Playing Baseball With Pure Joy." It's about Little League, motherhood, and those awful moments that flip you upside down. It was kind of hard to write and kind of hard … Continue reading Playing Baseball Mediocrely But Playing Baseball With Pure Joy

Beneath The Floorboards (There Are Bones)

My short story, "Beneath The Floorboards (There Are Bones)" was just published in issue 22 of Corium Magazine. It’s dark down here, but vast. An entire dwelling. I keep my things here. There’s room for everything, there’s room for me. I think this story has two main external influences. One is the season finale of … Continue reading Beneath The Floorboards (There Are Bones)

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