19 September 2016

Black Sun Lit

Won't you guess my name: "A Senile Lucifer" now posted at Black Sun Lit. Title and inspiration from aphorism by E.M. Cioran. Moody synth backgrounds by Wang Chung.

15 September 2016

The Collagist

Sangre en el ojo: my review of Lina Meruane's Seeing Red (Deep Vellum, 2016; trans. Megan McDowell) is posted at this month's Collagist, along with work by Margo Berdeshevsky, Christy and Ryan Call, Sara Greenslit, Stephen Massimilla and others.

15 July 2016

The Collagist

My review of Adam Tipps Weinstein's collection of not-quite-non-fiction Some Versions of the Ice (Les Figues, 2016) is now up at this month's issue of The Collagist, also featuring work by Rikki Ducornet, Robert Lopez, Kate Petersen and others.

14 June 2016

What Books Press

I'm very pleased to announce What Books Press of Los Angeles will be publishing my novel Gary Oldman Is A Building You Must Walk Through, slated for an October 2017 release. Much gratitude to Gail Wronsky, Chuck Rosenthal, and members of the Glass Table Collective for their enthusiastic support of this manuscript, as well as to the editors of the fine journals where selections have appeared, especially Gabriel Blackwell, Jared Daniel Fagen, Sarah Gallien, and Jason Teal.

09 March 2016

Sundress Publications

http://www.sundresspublications.com/bestof/The Best of the Net 2015 Anthology from Sundress Publications is now posted, which I had the pleasure of reading for on the Fiction side. Thanks to the SP crew for having me aboard, and congratulations to all the winners.

01 March 2016

Whale Road Review

"Replica as New Revision," a short Flash pedagogy piece, is now up at the second issue of Whale Road Review courtesy of Katie Manning and all the good folk at WRR, which also features work by Karen Craigo, Michael Levan, N. West Moss, Jessica Piazza, Terry Wolverton and others.

17 January 2016

Stockholm Review

A not-so-macabre tale of an estranged husband, video surveillance, and a phantom baby: "A Bad Vase Does Not Break" is now up at Issue 12 of The Stockholm Review of Literature, with other fiction by Tad Bartlett, Frank Haberle, Susan Lago, and Leon Marks. Many thanks as well to editors Ted Greijer and Sofia Capel.