My essay “Shaver Lake” was excerpted on the cover of the Winter 21 Northwest Review. Unfortunately the essay remains relevant and will become more relevant in the years to come. You can read it here.
I’m very grateful to have a new story out today in StoryQuarterly Issue 53:http://www.storyquarterly.org/the-woman-at-the-party.htmlAs I’ve posted elsewhere, this is my favorite short fiction I have written, which seems strange when I revisit it and realize it contains somewhat graphic depictions of very unpleasant sex (a warning if for understandable reasons you would prefer to avoidRead more
Near the highest moment of conflict in my novel The Risk of Us, a family of three hears, over the radio, that Donald Trump has won the election. The little girl goes to bed wondering why her parents have fallen silent. After she sleeps, the parents say to each other, “We’ve lost our country.” IRead more
Dear Rachel,Why worry about a few people driving down the street? Look at what’s been going on in every Democratic run city every night . I’m having nightmares of these black clad people attacking me on a street or in a restaurant. Look at what happened to Rand Paul and a lot of other couplesRead more