I guess this falls under personal news: A long time ago in Atlanta, I drew this little comic called Kill, Crush, Destroy. It was about me and my friends Kristi and Preston making robots; it was sort of also about how much I hated grad school. I used to sell them at Criminal for $1.50. …
Today on Cover Our Tracks, I’m talking with Greg Wooten of The Window LA about his collection of defaced album covers, which has just been published in a book called Marred for Life. It was such a funny and great conversation and I’m so excited to share.
I am now a proud member of the very cool organization known as New York Women in Film and Television. This feels like a moderately big deal, only because the application process is kind of involved (I had to provide references! And they actually contacted my references!) NYWIFT is best known for their Writer’s Lab …
I wish I didn’t have to write about things like this. But until we make a better world…
Click here to read my award-winning flash fiction ghost story, “How He Got That Way,” on Spider Road Press.
My essay, “What Boxing Taught Me About Love,” is up today in the NYT Modern Love column. Pretty exciting!
The theme for submissions for Spider Web Press’s Web Flash Fiction Prize was “complex female protagonists.” My story, “How He Got That Way,” won Honorable Mention! I’ll post the link when the story is up. Can’t wait to share!
My short story, Jill Against the Unicorns, is live today if you’d like to read! Some writer friends and I were talking about sentences we’ve written that might never have been written before. This story contains the sentence “The busy unicorns politely ignored them,” so, maybe…?
I’m so happy to announce that my story, “Jill Against the Unicorns,” will appear in the May issue of Liquid Imagination! I’ll post the link when it’s up.
My essay about doomsday perks in upscale real estate won an ASJA Award for Best Op-Ed! So thrilled.