I have a new story, “Counterpoint,” up at Gravel Mag. The story follows a church organist as he tries to win back his violinist girlfriend after geography disrupts their relationship. Check it out here.
Back in December, I published an op-ed in the Washington Post on the importance of the humanities. Today I spoke with Wisconsin Public Radio about why humanities matter and why we should encourage students to follow their interests. You can listen to the interview here.
My new science fiction story “The Left Hands of Lovers” is out in Nature this week. Check out my guest post on their blog to find out about the inspiration behind the story.
My story “The Way You Cover” has been published online at The Literary Yard.
My new short story, “The Grechtzoar,” is now available in Potomac Review Issue 55, Fall 2014. Here’s a short excerpt: “We’ll need weapons,” Carl said. They stood in Jimmy’s garage, surrounded by bags of potting soil and gardening tools. Carl hefted a small shovel. “Think you can handle this?” Jimmy nodded and took it, lifting […]