Short Stories & Such
New story up in The Madison Review! Now with online readability!
Wherein I predict the near-future of new parenting.Read online
“The Eating Habits of Famous Actors” in The Conium Review: Vol. 4
Read my story about an film extra who may or may not still inhabit the reality of the movie in which he extra-ed. Vol. 4 is also available in a super-fancy-amazoid wooden-box-filled-with-chapbooks edition.Order a copy of The Conium Review: Vol. 4
Sometimes I write academicishly (w/ Stephanie Grimm) about comic books and jazz!
Learn how you can use concepts from jazz improvisation to make better comic book pages! Really!Read the essay online
“the sound of two things meeting but failing to merge” in Caketrain
A two-headed girl and a boat that floats in the sky and other vignettes about things not coming together.Order Caketrain Issue 9
“When as Children We Acted Memorably” in the Writing That Risks Anthology
Just your average childhood story of friendship and an above-ground pool that teleports people.Order the anthology
Gravity Changes is a summer reading recommendation from Washington Post!
Michael Dirda selects seven story collections for the season.Check out the list
Rad review and interview for Gravity Changes up in Whurk Magazine!
The print version contains the largest photo of me ever published.Read it
I review Patricia Lockwood’s Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals
The first sentence of this review contains the phrase "lizard vaginas," automatically making it the best review ever.Read it online at Avatar Review
“a poem about running over skateboarders” in The Nervous Breakdown
A poem about running over skateboarders.Read online
I review novels by Claire Vaye Watkins and Julia Elliott in Bluestem Magazine
Sometimes I write things that are not made up! In this case, I write about things that are made up by other people!Get a copy
I drank and lived to write about it for Savannah Magazine
Sampling some cocktails, and by some, I mean too many to be able to accurately describe the last of them.Get drunk on words