Happy to announce that my essay, “Through the Glass Clearly,” first published in The Missouri Review, was listed as a Notable Essay in The Best American Essays 2017. This makes my 5th Notable Essay in that series. There is also a wonderful bio on Speer Morgan, esteemed Editor of TMR, over at Vox Magazine in which …
My craft piece, “The Essay & the Art of Equivocation,” is up at Brevity. It’s about why the successful essay demands an agile, equivocative mind that is open and inclusive. But it is also a piece that has a political hue. Check it out here.
My essay, “Finding Emily & Elizabeth”–out now in The Georgia Review–is being featured on Poetry Daily’s site. Check it out. And you while you are there, bookmark PD. It’s a great site. But you already knew that.
I’m happy to be a part of the current issue of The Georgia Review. My essay, “Finding Emily & Elizabeth,” is part of a special feature in the Summer 2014 edition. Additionally, the good folks at GR have featured me on their “Author Bookshelf” page. You can check it out here.
Awhile back, I had the chance to sit down once again with Montana Public Radio’s Cherie Newman on her fantastic show, “The Write Question.” It was a lot of fun to be part of such an amazing series of interviews. There a ton of interviews over there that are just straight-up awesome to listen to, …
My essay, “Esto Perpetua,” which first appeared in Ecotone, was selected as a Notable Essay in The Best American Essays 2013. This is my fourth Notable Essay (the others were given the nod in 2007, 2008, and 2009.) It’s a pleasant surprise to find your own name in there brushing up against other “S” authors …
I was recently asked by Sports Illustrated to write a review of the Corner Club bar here in Moscow, which is another way of saying I was paid to go to a bar, drink, and write about drinking in said bar. Well, okay then. You can check it out here.