You’d better believe this was on my mind when I wrote “Out of the Box” several years ago! If you have a few minutes, take a gander at the new issue of Superstition Review. And don’t stop at my piece–read Charlotte Holmes’ creative nonfiction as well! Charlotte was my thesis adviser/lovely friend/surrogate mother while I was working toward my MA at Penn State. Charlotte is fierce, and wonderful, and brilliant, and…and adjectives simply don’t do her justice.
And it’s beautiful! I’m thrilled that my essay “In Transit” found such a gorgeous home.
You can purchase a copy of Issue 23 here.
Hold on to your fedoras, readers! This spring has brought a windfall of new publications, which means that you, my theoretical fans, have a lot of catching up to do. Catch me being sad and nostalgic in FishFood Magazine and Quarter After Eight; read about some dark times in storySouth; meet elementary-school Alaina in Hawai’i Review and Superstition Review; and then, if you’re up for it, read my smutty love letter to Matthew Gray Gubler at Queen Mob’s Teahouse.
I’ll update these links as the pieces go live. In the meantime, stay rad.
(Okay, so maybe this new year doesn’t feel too happy with Drumpf’s inauguration looming like the apocalypse.)
May this year be better than the last…
Issue 70 of Sonora Review is now for sale! I’m honored to have an essay in this beautiful journal. If you like, you can buy a copy of the issue here.
My story in (RE)SISTERS gets a mention on Mookychick here.
Read the review of (RE)SISTERS: Stories of Rebel Girls, Revolution, Empowerment and Escape on Autostraddle here. My story in the anthology, “Upside Down,” gets a shout-out in the article’s final paragraphs.