• News,  Publications

    Fall 2017 Publications

    Happy to announce I have two essays published this season. A longer one, “Beach Bodies,” on Syrian refugees and the Greek islands as a holiday destination, in Room Magazine (available for order here). A shorter one, “Possible Reactions,” on living and writing…

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    Summer 2017 Publications

    Thanks to many terrific editors and literary magazines, my words have found some lovely homes. The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review published “On Her Skin.” (If you subscribe and “adopt” me, I receive 60% of the funds.) Cheap Pop gave “The Spider and…

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    Spring 2017 Publications

    While the vines outside my window bud and grow, new stories are imagined and written. Necessary Fiction published “Office Women: Three Portraits and Thirteen Questions,” in which I introduce three women who have found different ways to escape the bleak lives in which they feel imprisoned.…

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    Winter 2017 Publications

    Writing a novel is a longterm project. At least, it is for me. I may write a 1,000 words a day, but I’ve never written a novel in three months. I write and read back and rewrite and pause and question…

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    The Men on the Fence

    So proud my writing is featured in TriQuarterly. The story about empathy and territorial borders is, unfortunately, very relevant today. From Issue 151 – Winter/Spring 2017, preview of “The Men on the Fence.” The boy watches them from the outdoor pool, the…

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    Fall 2016 Publications

    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 Prairie Schooner, my essay “Playing the Sports Fan” got a chance. My…