Other Work


Adjusting Status

I’m currently working on a linked collection of short stories, Adjusting Status, which is inspired by my two years working in an immigration law firm in New York. Despite the public dialogue about immigration in the U.S., it’s not all fences and Mexico—and this book aims to explore some of the subtler ways U.S. immigration policy affects both immigrants and citizens.

Stories already published from this collection:

The Picture,” in Cimarron Review (nominated for a Pushcart Prize)

Manifesto,” in Guernica

“Pia,” in Isthmus

“Degenerate Progenitors,” in Kenyon Review

“After the Blast,” in Yemassee

 

Other Short Fiction

“The Fridges,” in Apalachee Review

“What Is…?” in CICADA

“Mom’s Prized Piece of Junk,” in Paper Darts

“Fibroblasts,” in fwriction:review

“Relish,” in Graze

“This Solitary Island” in Epiphany 

 

Select Creative Nonfiction:

“Why publishers should embrace the film world’s enthusiasm for releasing a director’s cut,” in The New Statesman

“On A Scotch Bard, Gone to the West Indies,” in Big Truths

“Research Notes: What Ends,” in Necessary Fiction.

“When Life Hands You Lemon Slices…” in DRAFT Magazine

“The Importance of Revision,” in PANK‘s “This Modern Writer” series

“Bull Sessions: Journalism’s Bloodsport Love Affair,” in Open Letters Monthly

“Errands With Andre,” a profile of Andre Dubus III, in The Good Men Project