published work [fiction, essays, poems]
The wonderful folks at The Ilanot Review published my short story "The Devil's Terrible Nearness" and nominated it for a Pushcart Prize! You can read the story online, here.
Quaint Magazine: radical women on the page and behind it. Issue five has my story Bright, bright electric green.
I met the subject of The Dry Sea trespassing the burnt remains of her house. Nearly the last occupant of a ghost town on Colorado’s southeastern plains, she was generous and terrifying, a high artist of small talk capable of compressing whole novels into clucking aphorisms.
Read it in The Hypocrite Reader
About that 2006 Shanghai Birthday is not really an essay. It's a story about strange, compressed situations and the feeling of killing a creature with your teeth.
Read it in theNewerYork
Portable Words: a chaotic translation
read it in The Hypocrite Reader