"The Adoption," part I, Newtown Literary, Issue 8, Spring/Summer, 2016
Interview about "The Adoption" in: https://newtownliterary.org/blog/
"The Adoption," nominated for 2016 PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers
"Sicily, Metaphor for the Modern World: a mini syllabus," Entropy, August 30th, 2016. http://entropymag.org
"American Grammar," Athens Laundry, November, 2016, athenslaundry.tumblr.com
new version of "American Grammar," Tinker Street, a journal of visual art, writing and resistance, Spring, 2017.
LOOT: a novel
It's 1975, and difference between what’s real and what’s fake is not so clear. Sara, a college drop-out mother of two, and Luis, her Mexican husband, house-sit in the high desert of Southern Colorado and scrape to pay the bills. At the chance to sell fake Pre-Columbian mortuary art—which sells for thousands at auctions—they take off for Mexico, but not before the fourteen old daughter and seven year old son run away from home. Once the kids are found in Tucson, the pursuit intensifies until a reckoning In an ancient tomb changes everything.
STORIES in progress:
"Netters and Foragers," part II, from The New Town, 2018.
ESSAYS in progress:
"Great Balls of Fire, A Paris Friendship"
"No Getting Away," essay about the Canary Islands and American politics
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