Thanks to the kind and generous editors of some great magazines, I have several new pieces out since this summer.
In Okey-Panky (Electric Literature) “Walls” appeared.
In Jellyfish Review “Brunch” was born.
On the Prairie Schooner blog, my flash essay “Playing the Sports Fan” got a chance.
Pure Slush chose “The Commune” as part of their Cake issue (and it came with a sweet interview).
My flash “Message from the Forest” flew off in Litro in September.
And on JMWW, I praised the work of others in a review of “Condensed to Flash.”
It’s back to writing now, I guess. I’m working on a near future novel that is very corporeal, a children’s book set on a remote Dutch island, an essay on my father, a surrealist short story about dancing, and many flash fictions in which my wild voices get a chance to be heard. I love words. Did I ever mention before I love words?
Photo above: Richard Serra at the Guggenheim, illustration by “Walls.”