Order your copy of An Ethics Beyond: Posthumanist Animal Encounters and Variable Kindness in the Fiction of George Saunders from Publicacions de la Universitat de València. Don’t speak Castellano or Valencià? Then order it directly from me.
Read The Tree of Abandoned Beehives, a finalist for the 2019 New Alchemy Prize, in Permafrost 41.2, January 2020.
Read or hear a reading of Ghost, or How I Finally Met the Werewolf in decomP, May/June 2019.
Read The Frozen Zoo in The Fourth River, Issue 16, Spring 2019.
Read Little Parrots in Cagibi, Issue 2, April 14, 2018.
Read Sumeru in RHNK #3: On the Road, July 14, 2017.
You can no longer read Yorugu in Best Fiction, February, 2012.
Read El Sancho in BULL, September 12, 2012.
Read Minnelied in Jabberwocky 5, March 1, 2011.
Read Manage a trois (yes, the misspelling is intentional) in Pank 5.06, June 2010.
Read Rain, Thunder, Ocean in decomP, March 2010.
Read a haiku in The Heron’s Nest, Volume XIV, Number 1: March 2012.
You can no longer read Refugees in Ozone Park, Winter 2012.
If you can track it down, you can read Beneath in New Plains Review, Winter 2012.
Read and listen to Bringing in the Night in The 2river View, Fall 2011.
Read Wanderings Through a Winter Forest in Willows Wept Review, Spring 2011.
You can no longer read Los muertos in Barnwood, March 2011.
Read The Echoing Blue, Relic, and Into a Distance in 3:AM Magazine, October 2010.
If you can find a copy, read Batting a Pink Balloon: On Masculinity, Race, Class, Nationality, God, Flirtation and Loneliness in Bahia, Secret Destinations in Secret Destinations: Chatham University Field Seminar Writings, 2003-2018.
Read Still Life with Landscape: The Art and Philosophy of Mary Vernon in Langdon Review of the Arts in Texas, Vol. 11, 2014-2015.
Read In Flux: The Art and Teaching of 2013 Texas State Artist Jim Woodson in Langdon Review of the Arts in Texas, Vol. 10, 2013-2014.
Read The Tree of Abandoned Beehives, a 2019 New Alchemy Finalist.
Want to read The Frozen Zoo, a story on the long list for the 2019 Disquiet Literary Contest? It is published!
Want to read Little Parrots, a finalist for the Disquiet International Literary Program International Literary Award 2011, judged by Chris Abani? It is published!