Tuesday, November 16, 2021
I've got a short science fiction story, "Atlantis, Iowa," coming out today in the new issue of the HOZ Journal of Speculative Literature. For today (T Nov. 16) only, the issue is free via Kindle (https://www.amazon.com/House-Zolos-Journal.../dp/B09LRL9P2D). The rest of the week it's $3 and change. It's a long issue, and my story is on pg. 225.
Tuesday, August 17, 2021
I've just gotten a release date for The Cord, my science fiction novel set on both ends and along a space elevator. BHC Press told me May 10, 2022, so get ready for lots of promotion!
Here are a couple other recent publications:
"What the Pandemic Taught Me About Soup.” (creative nonfiction) Global Insides: the vaccine. Ed. Debra Leea Glasheen. Chalant Publishing, 2021, pp. 21-23.
“Like the Mountains.” (fiction) Macro Magazine, vol. 5, Summer 2021, pp. 12-15.
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Catching up on things. Here are some short pieces I've had come out recently:
“Taken, or Not” The Short Story Show Podcast
“Here’s a Thing You Weren’t Expecting” The Dribble Drabble Review, vol 3, Spring 2021.
“Ghosts, At First” Red Planet Magazine, Winter 2020.
“About an Average Day” The Sock Drawer, vol. 2, August 2020, pp. 66-73.
Monday, November 2, 2020
Thanks to Melody Parker of The Courier for this article on The Last Caucus in Iowa. I've been doing a series of Zoom presentations in the run-up to the election. Contact me if there's a group you think would be interested in hearing about the book.
Friday, September 4, 2020
I'm thrilled to announce that at the end of this month Ice Cube Press will be publishing The Last Caucus in Iowa, my first-person account of the 2020 caucus in Iowa. For more than a year, I attended events with over 20 candidates in meeting halls, living rooms and more than a few craft brew pubs.
This book captures that experience as well as the controversies surrounding the caucus itself. Signed copies can be pre-ordered, and I'll be launching the book at the September 24 Final Thursday Reading Series and will make my way to Zoom at some point as well.
Thanks to everyone who followed the 20+ Candidates blog, which is where this project began, though the book expands a lot on the work of the blog. Thanks also to my family who accompanied me to many candidate events and let me turn them into characters in the evolving narrative.