11 December 2020

Support Local Bookstores this Holiday Season

 You can buy Palais Royale  from any independent bookstore you know and love --just call them up and ask them to put in an order.  And if you want to shop local and shop small but aren't sure where to go, use this link to Bookshop to get your copy of Palais Royale.

01 December 2020


My first novel, Palais Royale, is out in the world today.  I wrote this book a long time ago, and it's wild to see it in the world now, but I'd love to share it with you; it means a lot to me.  You can get your copy from Amazon or Bookshop.

01 April 2020

Read Cherry Tomatoes

 My short short "Cherry Tomatoes" is about parenting, love, death, and Bongo Cat.  You can read it at Brilliant Flash Fiction.

03 March 2020

Essay Up at Baltimore Review: 300 Eggs

I wrote an essay about parenting, love, food, and foster care.  And it won second place in the Baltimore Review non-fiction contest!  You can read it here!

17 June 2016

Thanks, Brookline Booksmith!

I had a great time reading at the Brookline Booksmith on the 15th.  The Booksmith is always a great host.  Thanks to everyone who came out to hear me read!  I especially had a good time doing a question and answer session with Jeremy Bushnell.  If you missed this reading, but still want a signed copy of Adulterous Generation, the Brookline Booksmith has some in stock right now.  Look for the "signed by the author" sticker.

13 April 2016

Upcoming Reading

There's another chance to see me read coming up in June.  I will be reading with Jeremy P. Bushnell, author of The Weirdness, at The Brookline Booksmith on June 15th at 7:00.  The Booksmith is one my all-time favorite bookstores, and I'm always thrilled to read there.  I'd love to see you there!

11 April 2016

Thanks Papercuts!

My reading with Jeremy Bushnell (author of The Weirdness) at Papercuts Bookstore in Jamaica Plain, went really well!  We had a great crowd and everyone bought books.  A few folks had really interesting questions.  And the best part was that we got to read sitting down!  Cheers, Papercuts!