(I haven’t updated this site in a while, so it’s missing my more recent work. Hold tight, it’s in the works.)
I make things. Some of what I know about making things I learned at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, some of it I learned at Goddard College, and some of it I learned other places.
My short story, "Do You Hear What I'm Saying?" was published in the spring 2015 issue of Carve Magazine, which can be read online. It features mute children and talking parrots.
My short story/translation/collaboration with Franz Kafka, "Translators," was published in the spring 2017 issue of The Adirondack Review, which can be read online. It features distant roaring and ponderously wobbling bellies.
I also helped establish Goddard College's literary journal, Duende. I was the fiction editor for its first issue and designed the magazine's masthead and logo.
I have a fluffy bowling ball of a dog named Phoebe, and my three most useless skills are juggling, touching my nose with my tongue, and reciting Hamlet's To Be or Not To Be soliloquy in under a minute.
If you’re so inclined you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.