I’m very happy to share that my short story “Hope” has been published in the summer issue of Michigan Quarterly Review, one of my favorite journals! Huge thanks to editor Jonathan Freedman and managing editor Vicki Lawrence for accepting the piece and offering some insightful editorial advice.
The 2014 Baltimore Review print anthology has been released! It’s now available for purchase here. The anthology includes my flash fiction piece, “Beets,” which is based on my experiences at a youth labor camp in Cuba.
The Baltimore Review is an outstanding journal showcasing lots of emerging writers. I’m honored to have had my work accepted by them and to see it appear in this latest anthology. Here’s a picture of my beautiful contributor copy!
I’m ecstatic to announce that I am now represented by Michael Sterling of Folio Literary Management in New York City! Michael will be representing me not just for my first two books, but hopefully for many years to come. Both he and his agency seem like the best fit for my current work and my future goals as a writer, so I’m very excited. For the past few years I’ve been trying to lay the foundation for a long-term writing career, and it’s rewarding to be taking this next step.
A big thanks to all the people who have helped me improve my writing and who have supported me along the way. You know who you are.
I’m happy to share that my short story “Lemonade” is now available online in Superstition Review’s latest issue. I’m in some great company in this issue and would like to offer big thanks to the magazine’s wonderful editors!
I’m also delighted to announce that my short story “Hope” has been accepted for publication by Michigan Quarterly Review, one of my favorite magazines, and definitely one of the most respected literary publications in the country! The story will appear in their summer issue.
Today was a good day.
The wonderful poetry anthology, The Best Emerging Poets of 2013, published by Stay Thirsty Media, is now available in ebook form on Amazon. The price is only $2.99! With a couple of clicks, you could be reading it!
The anthology includes a few of my poems, as well as work by my friend Jonathan Escoffery and other incredibly talented young poets. Abriana Jette also provides insightful analysis on the work, making for an engaging, evocative, memorable read.
This is a great way to celebrate the near-conclusion of Poetry Month. Read it, share it, review it!