We’re discussing a few stories tomorrow from Stuart Dybek‘s collection The Coast of Chicago. I admire “The Woman Who Fainted” […]
Discussing Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find” today in Lit 150 class. I’m stealing this lesson/discussion from […]
I will be reading from my book The House of Order at Colorado State University-Pueblo on Feb 4, 2014 as […]
Grateful for the thoughtful review at Indiereader.com: “…the book is filled with beautiful moments, like shards of broken stained-glass window […]
A few months back I wrote a quick review of Daniel Chacon’s book Unending Rooms. I admire Chacon’s aesthetic and […]
Poet and professor Juan Morales invited me to be a featured reader next year in the Southern Colorado Reader Series […]
My friend and mentor Will Hochman answers some questions and gives his opinion on the new Salinger documentary.
The House of Order spotted by my sister on display in Pueblo, CO Barnes and Noble.
Rereading Borges’ The Garden of Forking Paths this morning. And the idea of a chaotic novel or a novel with confounding […]
Sat down today–all day today–working towards an August 15 contest deadline for my Semi-Orphaned manuscript. Here is a quick excerpt: […]
Happy to see The House of Order featured on the cover of the August Sacramento Book Review!
James Thurber short story adaptation? This looks interesting:
The good folks at CIELO: Culturally Integrated Education for Latinos Organization here in Springfield, Illinois will be discussing my book at their […]
Calvin and Hobbes documentary looks good.
Found this great wiki page on Tom Spanbauer and literary minimalism: http://creativewriting.wikia.com/wiki/Dangerous_Writing