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) […]

In California When It’s Cold

My story, “In California When It’s Cold,” is now up at Monkeybicycle. This piece is weirdly my fastest acceptance ever, within 12 hours. It’s also one of my favorite origin stories. My friend Suzanne told me about a dream she had that involved sea creatures beaching themselves over and over again, and I was like: […]

An Offertory, On A Small Court

I just had another poem published, “An Offertory, On A Small Court,” at Hobart. I wondered if you ever accidentally thought of him when we were having sex When you whispered my name against my throat, did you think of a basketball player Did you think of his mouthguard, all hanging out of his mouth, […]

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 […]

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 […]