I’m thrilled to have had two of my pieces recently appear online…
“My Blockbuster,” my nonfiction essay appearing on The Rumpus, takes on the “nostalgiafication” of the Blockbuster brand in contemporary media, contrasted with my experience working as a teenager in a Midwestern Blockbuster store during its last days.
“Chronic Pain, ‘Beautiful Suffering’ and the Endurance of Victorian Stoicism,” my critical commentary appearing on BitchMedia.org, explains how Victorian attitudes about pain and gender continue to dominate the stories we tell today, epitomized in the recent Invisibilia episode “The Fifth Vital Sign” (NPR podcasts).
Please read and share!
Super excited that my essay about nostalgia for Blockbuster Video (most recently evidenced in the Captain Marvel movie), and how it utterly clashes with my experience working at a Midwestern Blockbuster as a teen, is going to appear on The Rumpus! Should be coming out quite soon, so keep your eye on my Twitter or check back here for the link.
My newest short story, “Anonymous Donor” is now out in Alaska Quarterly Review, vol. 34, nos. 3 & 4 (Winter/Spring). So excited to be included in this journal, which I’ve admired for a long time. Click here to purchase the issue!
I’m very excited to say that my newest short story, “Anonymous Donor,” will appear in a forthcoming issue of Alaska Quarterly Review. I’ve admired AQR for years, so it’s thrilling to have one of my stories find a home with them. In the meantime, be sure to check out a preview of their Spring & Summer 2016 issue by reading this moving essay, “White Horse” by Eliese Colette Goldbach.
I’m very excited to be reading my fiction at the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 in Louisville, Kentucky this weekend. I’m reading on a panel with some other great writers at 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 20th. All of the conference panels are free and open to the public. For more information, including location and the event program, see the conference website.
Hope to see you there!
It’s with great joy that I can announce that my most recent story “The Muscle and the Eye,” published in The Southeast Review issue 33.2, has been nominated by the magazine for a Pushcart Prize! Thank you, SER!
I am thrilled to let you all know that my story “The Muscle and the Eye” is out now in the Southeast Review, issue 33.2, which you can purchase at that link.
The Southeast Review were also kind enough to do a Contributor Spotlight on the story and my writing in general. You can even read “The Muscle and the Eye” online at that link! I hope you enjoy.