The latest updates.
On Thursday May 4, I’ll be participating in COIN–a collaborative online story to benefit The Cabin, a wonderful literary center in Boise, Idaho. I’ll be working on the story from 4 to 4:30 PM EST. Find out more about the story, the writers and how to donate, here.
So happy to see Refund on this list of books compiled by the New York Public Library, books by women authors for International Women’s Day and beyond. You can read the list here.
An interview with my sister Aimee and I, before our first event together at The Cabin in Boise, Idaho. You can read the interview here.
My video essay on pace in stories and similarities to movement phrases is up on the website Electric Literature. You can read the essay here.
I’m happy to be Fiction Editor and contributor to a new online literary journal, Scoundrel Time, which features creative responses to the current political era. You can find the website here.
Happy that the website “For Book’s Sake” features my story “Theft” from Refund as a Weekend Read this week. You can read the story here.
I have some thoughts on this subject, as do many other writers whose work I love, in this piece in the Huffington Post. You can read the article here.
My short short creative nonfiction piece, “The Man Who Hated Us and Then Forgot” is included in The Fourth River magazine issue, a tribute to the Melanie Brown lecture series. You can read my story here (it’s on p. 9).
Happy to be included on this list of books by Jewish women writers. You can read Erika Dreifus’ essay on the state of Jewish literature essay here.
I was honored to be one of the judges for the National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35 Program. My selection was the novel “Transoceanic Lights” by S. Li. You can read about the winners and judges here.