• News,  Publications

    The Truth About Knowing

    Femke knows it’s not sex. They’re still enjoying each other’s bodies, and he never smells of anything but himself. She trusts her nose, her hunter’s sense. It’s not sex.

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    Of Lace and Limitations

    Outside the Rembrandt café was a tramp, a woman with the haunted look of the long-term unlucky. She was wrapped in layers of flannel and wool and sat hunched on the stoop, smoking a cigarette, blowing her breath against her…

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    Reading in Brussels

    We talked. We read. We had a blast. Thank you, Snug Harbor Brussels, Sofie Verraest, Nathalie Lion, Munt Punt Cafe, and others! Photography by Sem Vandekerckhove.

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    Retracing

    It’s easy to disappear in the dampness of this town. Twelve moons ago, my mother wandered through a murky labyrinth of streets and bridges, crossing canal after canal—like I do now—leaving no footsteps. Cold air snakes across her face and…

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    Snug Harbor Brussels

    On September 12, I’ll be reading from new and published work in the Muntpunt Grand Café in Brussels, where I'll share the stage with author Kaite Welsh. Be welcome and join us for a drink and literary exchange.