Happy to report that my essay, “The End of Something,” will appear in The North American Review, America’s oldest literary journal. The essay concerns, among other things, the storied history of the Alexander Reservoir (near my hometown of Soda Springs, Idaho) and my memories of it.
Happy to have learned that my essay, “Vivian,” which appeared in Boulevard, was selected as a Notable Essay in the Best American Essays 2019. This makes my sixth essay to have been selected for that series.
As reported, my essay, “Vivian,” appears in the pages of the venerable Boulevard. But what is particularly gratifying and cool is that it appears in that magazine’s 100th issue! If that alone wasn’t enough of a good thing, consider all the amazing talent I am lucky enough to be accompanied by: Ariel Saramandi, Chana Kim, …
Happy to report that my essay, “Vivian,” a piece about a 1936 double-murder-suicide in rural Missouri, will appear in Boulevard. If you aren’t yet familiar with the great work they’ve been producing since 1985, check them out. Like, now.
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.