‘Our Lacks, in the Shapes of Fairy Tales’
In honor of Tell a Fairy Tale Day (Feb. 26th) I wrote an essay about my own “lacks,” and how fairy tales have helped fill them, for Alternating Current.
‘Cardinine, Seafoamyst, Morningite’ live over at West Branch
Read it if you want to read something about a boy turning into various minerals. I hope you love it. It’s probably my favorite story I’ve written so far.
‘Prepare to Die’ over at Cartridge Lit
Enormously happy to release Cartridge Lit‘s first chapbook, PREPARE TO DIE, by the wonderfully talented Jess Jenkins.
West Branch & 'The Great Horned Owls’ Beheadings'
It’s been an exciting few days around here. First off, a story of mine, “Cardinine, Seafoamyst, Morningite,” has been accepted by West Branch.
Boston, Boston, Boston
I don’t have anything profound to say about what happened in Boston.
The Man Who Taught Me Storytelling
So happy to read this interview with one of my old professors, Harold Scheub, about, in part, the nature of storytelling.
Sunday, laundry, drunkenness.
Only the first two of those words apply to me.