Stories and other things out there in the world
- My short story, “Dog Days“, has been published in the November issue of Found Press. You can read it here, though it will cost you a not-very-dear $1.99 to do so. Or, better yet, pay $12.99 and get access to an entire year’s worth of stories! (Hint: I think the story is worth $1.99. And $12.99 for a year’s worth of stories is a STEAL. But maybe I am biased.)
- Another short story of mine, “The Resurrectionist“, was chosen as a runner-up in this year’s Thomas Morton Memorial Prize contest, put on by the lovely folks at The Puritan. You can read the story, and even hear me read an excerpt, by clicking on the title link above.
- And finally, a personal essay of mine, “The Places In Between“, was published today at The Butter. The essay was hand-picked by none other than Roxane Gay herself (all hail the Internet Queen! All hail!), and I am particularly, splendidly thrilled that she saw fit to give it a home.
I also have a short story, “Graduation”, forthcoming in the next issue of PRISM International, out early next year.
And…more things in the pipe, as always. Because of course, what is writing for if not a few moments of joy in and around all of the existential drama? 🙂