Overall, I am very bad at updating the news section of my website, but I’m brainstorming ways to be more engaged for my two readers (hi, Mom). In the meantime, I wanted to make a post about the work I had published in 2020. Early in the covid-19 pandemic, I wrote an essay about not…… Continue reading Recent Publications
In March, I found out that I won the Big Sky, Small Prose writing contest. It was a total surprise to say the least. The little piece, just over 600 words, was something I just churned out after last year’s August 5th floods. It was a quick response, a thought experiment about this city that is surrounded by…… Continue reading “Water” is out now!
This is the year of writing and riding. I spent the spring training for an insane cycling event, called Dirty Kanza. I won a writing contest. But, while all that work was happeningI didn’t realize the culmination. It took months of work to reach a final product, whether it was riding 161 miles of gravel…… Continue reading writing/riding/writing/riding/writing
I found out last week that I won CutBank Journal’s flash contest, Big Sky, Small Prose. This was exciting and unexpected. I do not know yet when the issue comes out, but I will update when I find out! The contest judge was Zach VandeZande, and he wrote, “What drew me most to ‘Water’ was…… Continue reading Big Sky, Small Prose