Essays, stories, reviews, and miscellanea
Ever since I began keeping a journal when I was five years old, I've known I was a writer. The written word holds magic for me, and there's nothing else I can imagine devoting my life to. I'm obsessed, especially, with the form of the essay. What I'm interested in is the essay as a verb, as a way of sallying forth and doing, as assaying and analyzing, as a way of allowing an idea to be held and explored and known. What can the essay do and mean? That's what I aim to find out.
My work has appeared in many corners of the web. Creative pieces have appeared as follows:
- "Hungry" in West Branch Wired (nominated for a Pushcart Prize)
- "End Days" in ARDOR (nominated for a Best of the Net award)
- "The Saguaro Party" in Qualia
You can find my reviews here:
Other writing has appeared: