My interview with the students of ENG 422 at Salem State University about The Paper Coast was just published in Red Skies, the online literary magazine of Salem State. The interview was a lot of fun, and I don’t think I’ve ever answered so many questions about myself, to say nothing of my writing, at one time! If you’re interested in hearing me talk about Naropa University, Kiese Lamon, Borges, basketball, and biscuits, check it out!
After my visit a couple weeks ago to Alexandria Peary’s Fiction Workshop at Salem State, I received these Thank You notes in the mail. Such a thoughtful gesture. The interview will appear in Salem State’s Red Skies, which should be available in a few weeks.
Thanks to everyone who packed Print in Portland for The Book of Transparencies launch with fellow poet Kristen Case.
Prism Review, the literary mag of University of La Verne, reviewed The Book of Transparencies - "its unique structure and dream-like mystery make The Book of Transparencies an utterly unique adventure and mystery."