I was featured in the article "Atmospheric Pressure: New Books on Climate Change" by Liza Monroy in Publishers Weekly.
I recently won a 2022 Pushcart Prize for my short story "The Real Thing," originally published in McSweeney's Quarterly Concern. The story is anthologized in The Pushcart Prize XLVI: Best of The Small Presses 2022.
The TV series I was on, Any Day Now, is now showing on Start TV, every morning at 9 AM CST. Here's a link to an interview I did with Start TV about the show.
Sierra Magazine included me on their list of "13 Female 'Cli-Fi' Writers Who Are Inspiring A Better Future."
Disasters in the First World was a finalist for the 2017 Texas Book Awards.
Book Riot included my book of stories in their article "What Is Cli-Fi? A Beginner's Guide to Climate Fiction."
Bennington Review interviewed me recently. We talked about dreams, friendships, and Lucia Berlin.
I wrote about nostalgia and home for Ecotone's blog "On Location."
Disasters in the First World is included on Read It Forward's list of
I wrote about tracking my writing time for The Story Prize blog.
I won an O. Henry Prize for my short story "Petur," originally published in Ecotone. The story is anthologized in The O. Henry Prize Stories 2014.
I compared Disasters in the First World to strange things for Monkeybicycle's If My Book series.
I have a recent interview up at Midwestern Gothic.
Nevada Public Radio interviewed me for Desert Companion.
I collaborated with composer Peter Van Zandt Lane and choreographer Kate Ladenheim on a piece called GLASS, which was performed by The People Movers in March 2017.
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