Why Visual Art Keeps Invading My Fiction

I rebelled by being conventional, by NOT going to art school. The product of three generations of visual artists, I studied Political Science, then moved from California to Washington, D.C. for internships. I wore ties. I went to press briefings. Of course, this lead to a quarter-life crisis to which my mom said, “The problem is you’re…

The Sea Blob on the JellyVision Show

Here I am as a guest on the JellyVision Show, a podcast about the local arts scene run by a couple zaney improv actors.  Each episode features a real guest as well as a fictional guest.  In this episode, Russell the sea blob confronts me about my exploitation of his likeness. Your browser does not…

A capella Zoo’s Beastiary

I’m thrilled that my short story The Life Story of a Chilean Sea Blob is part of Beastiary: The Best of the Inaugural Decade of A capella Zoo.                         I’m a fan of this magazine and all the weird stuff they publish.  On their website, they…