Published in Hobo Pancakes

Made it into the “Sexism” issue of the humor magazine Hobo Pancakes. I think I had just read something about 2012 being the Titanic’s 100-year anniversary, so the ship was in my head when thinking up ideas to submit.

Here is In Which a Titanic Crew Member Loses His Cool at St. Peter’s Gate. It’s the second and longer of the two on the page, so a bit of scrolling may be in order. I should also say no religious Continue reading


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Interview with NYC Midnight

A little late posting this link to my interview (living in South America with unreliable internet does that), but it’s still exciting even after months have gone by.

Winning the Flash Fiction Challenge and getting the opportunity to talk about the writing process was a great way to begin last year. I entered again this year and made it to the finals again — doubly cool to Continue reading

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Published in McSweeney’s!

My Open Letter to Madeleine L’Engle was published in McSweeney’s on Friday.

The Open Letters to Entities Who Are Unlikely to Respond is my favorite section of the San Fran mag. Most of the letters are either funny (such as An Open Letter to Taco Bell’s Crunchwrap Supreme) or poignant (such as An Open Letter to the Homeless Man Who Witnessed Me Totally Lose It Last Week). I’m really excited to have my letter accepted at McSweeney’s (“a journal created by nervous people in relative obscurity”), which is an Continue reading

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