This week, domestic terrorists launched a failed coup three miles from my house, more than 4,000 people in the US died in one day, and I convinced…
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Ellie (aka Elliephant) died on December 29th. There were many moments in Ellie’s final weeks I made an effort to remember. But I can’t write about them…
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It’s Mother’s Day, and I just have a couple brief things to share. I have a new short story published in The Forge called “One Day Closer.” It was…
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Winter is over. Most people I know have either gotten their vaccine or will soon. The sun has reminded us how to be outside. It’s finally happening…
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But we tried to prove them wrong. And we spent about an hour on the beach before we froze. 
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I quit my job this week. No, that’s not quite right. You could say I quit four months ago, when I publicly announced I’d be leaving. Or maybe in April…
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So kind of the universe, giving us a reason to embrace the night on the darkest day of the year. I’m talking about The Great Conjunction, when Jupiter…
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Where were you when it happened? It may have been a text, an app notification, a firework, a yelling, a honking. The noise that got you out of your head…
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(and another new short story)
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I discovered a chip in my tooth. In a back molar. A jaggedness with my tongue, like something was stuck, but nothing was, I hadn’t eaten. I looked in a…
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It’s a Thursday. I pull the Tower tarot card. A tower, struck by lightning, collapses. Cats fall out to their potential deaths. (The characters in my…
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A fragment of black string floats before my face, drifting down from nowhere. I try to grab it; it floats away. It’s buglike in its movements, avoiding…
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