Oh man oh man. Did you ever go to a school play because your friend was in it and then find out that your friend was madly, insanely talented? My friend Milo Gallagher’s poems have been up at Potluck Magazine this week and they are blowing my mind. Please go read “My Friend Loves Jesus” which starts […]Read more "Please Read This: Poems by Milo Gallagher"
My sweet, sweet friend Leah Clancy convinced her friends at Potluck Magazine to post my story “The Witches.” Nice!Read more "The Witches in Potluck Magazine"
It’s no secret that Aimee Bender is one of my favorite short story authors. Her stories make me feel open, and tender, and a little crazy. They mash strangeness and simplicity and truth together in a way that feels really real. If you like this story, do yourself a favor and check out The Color Master or any other […]Read more "Please Read This: “The Doctor and the Rabbi,” Aimee Bender"
Yesterday was International Book Lovers Day! And I totally forgot to post a picture of a book on instagram. I’ve been keeping track of everything I read since January, and it’s been a big reading year for me. Other authors whom I follow keep track of what they’re reading, and I think it’s a nice thought. If […]Read more "Read the Reading Log"
What’s worse—a text that reads ‘k,’ or one that says ‘Okay.”? People my age are incredibly familiar with the nuances of text punctuation. A friend’s response to a “running late!” text could read “that’s fine!” or “That’s fine.” To break it down for the less text-savvy, the first message implies enthusiasm and easygoingness, while the […]Read more "Real Clever, NYT."
All right! My short story, “The Bike Fucker,” was published in Matchbox Magazine‘s 10th edition. Check it out! (Contains swear words, I guess.)Read more "The Bike Fucker in Matchbox Magazine"
Whew, yeah! Two of my fifty-word stories got published in Star 82 Review’s special 50/50 Flash Fiction Issue. Read them here!Read more "Two Fifty-Word Stories at *82 Review"