This novel examines the ambitions of Adam and Cynthia Morey, who ascend from the middle class into the realm of the wealthy–thanks, in no small part, to Adam’s adventures in insider trading. The Moreys are narcissistic, shallow, and materialistic, but somehow compelling in their shameless grand devotion to vice. Yet the characters never become caricatures. […]
I am very happy to have new fiction in Jelly Bucket! Issue Six arrived in the mail today.
I have new fiction today up at Tower Journal. There were four ways to kill someone with peanut butter. Beth had listed them herself. So it was practically her own fault, Anna reasoned, that the last way was so easy. Gym was the best time, when she had easy access to Beth’s lunchbox. In the […]
I have another music-themed story out this week! This one’s about the odd relationship between two musicology grad students who meet at a conference. I am thrilled that New World Writing has posted this piece. I have admired this journal for a while and it is an honor to have my work published there. I […]
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.
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 […]