A new essay, “Portraits, Ghosts and Winters,” is now up at Full Stop.
A very short excerpt of my novel-in-progress at The Spectacle.
I talked to Brad Listi at OTHERPPL.
I published an essay at Full Stop, “The Self Unpoliced.”
A conversation/roundtable on the work of Bhanu Kapil at the Believer Logger.
Richard Chiem reads “I Will Force This” over at Real Pants.
I interviewed Brian Evenson on his book Fugue State at the Believer Logger.
Creature is a staff pick at Book Court in Brooklyn.
Creature is a recommended read for November at AskMen.
A new review of Creature at Weekend Review Kit.
A review of The Mountain Show at Carets and Sticks.
I wrote something for The Mountain Show at Office Hours.
I interviewed Steven Salardino and Jenn Witte of Skylight Books for BOMB.
A new review of Creature, up at Publik / Private.
I like this, Self ’14, on Forever Overhead.
A new review by Erin Lyndal Martin at The Collagist.
A reading/conversation of Creature at Ancient Dragon Zen Gate in Chicago.
Colin Dickey‘s favorite books of 2013 includes Creature.
Sarah McCarry read Creature.
Lauren Perez chose Creature for Tinhouse‘s Favorite Short Fiction of 2013.
I talked with Shane Jones at HTML Giant.
An interview with Tobias Carroll at Vol. 1 Brooklyn.
A review on Word Riot by Angela Woodward.
Creature reviewed by Teow Lim Goh at Full Stop.
Anne Yoder’s Year in Reading at The Millions.
“Almost Transparent”: I had an interversation with James Wagner on his Mobile Reviews.
Lisa Mecham’s Book Round-up at The Rumpus.
My Research Notes at Necessary Fiction.
Jonathan Messinger asked me 6 questions over at Chicago Magazine.
A new review by Jim Ruland at the Los Angeles Times.
A review of Creature (and story) at VICE by Blake Butler.
Creature was included in X-CETERA‘s Autumn Recommended Reading Listicle.
Time Out Chicago included Creature as one of “the best new books of fall 2013.”
Claire Donato wrote a 25 points review at HTML Giant.
A conversation with Veronica Gonzalez Peña at The Conversant.
The first review of Creature is up at Publishers Weekly.
My Summer Reads over at HTML Giant.
A video reading of Jackson Mac Low’s “Forties 133.”
My 2012 Attention Span.
Gregory Howard on “narrative, obsession, collections, the act of collecting, fairy tales, the uncanny, Henry Wellcome, and the work of Dennis Cooper, Amina Cain, Bruno Schulz, Georges Perec and others”: The Object is Always Magic: Narrative as Collection.
Both Sides and The Center: Andrea Quaid in conversation with Teresa Carmody & me.
Both Sides and The Center reviewed by Andrea Quaid in Jacket2.