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
My short story, “Tusk,” came out this week in Amazon’s literary journal Day One. This is incredibly exciting, both because I’ve put literal years of work into the story and because Day One has some serious reach. The editor, Morgan Parker wrote a really lovely letter to readers. She said she loved the “eerie, southern gothic vibe” and…… Continue reading Day One 4.28
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