My piece of flash fiction, “Wish-Away,” was published in theNewerYork.
Numéro Cinq posted my review of Stig Sæterbakken’s Self-Control this month. Also, two new stories were accepted in February—one in Thrice Fiction and another in REAL—and I’ll have a review of The Longest Race by Ed Ayres out in Pace Running Magazine later this Spring. Surprised by how productive February turned out!
Numéro Cinq recently posted my review of Shane Jones’s Daniel Fights a Hurricane.
“Beauty in novels is important to me,” Shane Jones says in a recent BOMB interview. “I really don’t care for novels that have an agenda, a political statement, a sassy take on contemporary society. Give me something fucked-up and beautiful.” Wistful yet playful, Shane Jones’s novel Daniel Fights a Hurricane wrings out an unsettling story about madness and suffering for love. It’s a novel reminiscent of Don Quixote, some stories in the Christian Bible, and accounts of other eccentrics, but it’s remarkable on its own merits for breaking with narrative orthodoxies while uncovering what is soulful and heartbreaking about its characters. And, yes, it has that hallucinogenic combo of being fucked-up and beautiful. Read the rest here.