Writers love to tell their students that they should focus on writing rather than publishing, that publication brings neither happiness nor fame, never mind money or security, blah blah blah, and all of that is true. But let's be candid: It is very nice to have something published. I am lucky to have a few of my writings out in the world. It's always a thrill and an honor whenever someone reads my work.
BOOKS (just the one so far!)
- Landfalls, novel, 2015. Farrar, Straus & Giroux (North America). Little, Brown UK. Dumont Buchverlag (German edition). Neri Pozza (Italian edition).
SOME WORK YOU CAN READ ONLINE
- "Pandemic Story Problems," Pangyrus, Sept 2020.
- "In Ireland," Black Fork Review, Issue 2 (Dec 2019).
- "Brocade," Electric Literature, Summer 2019.
- "Fog," Literary Hub, July 2015.
- "Lamanon at Sea," A Public Space, Summer 2009. Behind paywall.
- "Braids: A Braided Essay About Braids & Braided Essays," The Brevity Blog, April 26, 2021.
- "Fukuoka Airport," The Bare Life Review, Spring 2019 (Vol. 2).
- "Renovating Reality: A Remembrance of J. D. McClatchy," The Rumpus, April 2018.
- "I Hope Haruki Murakami Wins the Nobel Prize—And Will Be Thrilled When He Doesn’t," Literary Hub, October 2016.
- "Going Around California's Big Bend," The Scotsman, October 26, 2015.
- "On Late Starts and Lost Calls," Irish Times, October 22, 2015.
- "Routine? What Routine?" FSG Work in Progress, July 2015.