My work has been published at venues like Hobart, Brevity, Pindeldyboz, elimae, Geez, and The Huffington Post and cited in Music, Theology, and Justice (Rowman & Littlefield) and Not Your Mother’s Morals: How the New Sincerity is Changing Pop Culture for the Better by Jonathan Fitzgerald.
The Eulogy And Judgment Of My Friend, The Philosophe was written in 1996 and won the Creager Prize at Ursinus College in 1998.
I studied fiction at The New School (MFA, 2011).
Lately, I’m working on poetry and fiction of varying lengths, and occasional blog posts on music, art, and writing. Selected publications can be found here.
The movement from clever to good is the hardest thing in writing. If you’ll forgive the times I have been clever, I’ll keep trying to be good.
It would be perfectly sweet of you to follow me on Twitter.