Texas Public Radio Book Public Podcast, where I got to talk about stories with the smart and wonderful Yvette Benavides

From Whence It Came podcast, where I speak with Jeffrey Kreisman about the original inspirations behind some of my stories

Half-Lives reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly

Half-Lives reviewed by Justine Payton in The Masters Review

My short story, “InventEd” is praised by Jonathan Lethem who chose it as the winner of BOMB’s 2023 Fiction Contest.

History of Gone is featured on Darrell Laurant’s book blog where I talk about the origin of the title and the book’s intriguing backstory.

In this interview I speak with Laura Madeline Wiseman about the dangers of research, the mysteries of the brain, and the necessity of humor.

In this podcast I read poems (on rare neurological disorders and a girl prodigy writer) in the company of two fantastic poets: Matthea Harvey (on mermaids, aliens, and new geometries), and Dorothea Lasky (on Rome, desire, and the color of stars).

Where I read creative nonfiction about the evil allure of Stop & Shop and poems about found accents and The Great American Novelist who never was, along with fiction writer, Ted Thompson.

What happens when a photographer and I wander through an abandoned greenhouse, steal inspiration and a door.

History of Gone reviewed by Cindy Hochman in Pedestal Magazine.

History of Gone reviewed by Kathryn Weld at Connotation Press

Wrack Lines, listed under “January Exemplars” and reviewed by Grace Cavalieri in Washington Independent Review of Books