The Oregonian recently included my debut book From the Caves in their article “4 upcoming books from Northwest authors we can’t wait to read.” To view a newspaper clip and learn about From the Caves and the other anticipated titles, please click here.
On Monday, October 4th, I will join ten debut authors from the Pacific Northwest to present From the Caves at the PNBA’s Authors on the Map breakfast. For more information about the event and the featured authors, please click here.
“I no longer force myself to draft or revise chronologically, and sometimes I even write stories in reverse, since I tend to know how a story will end before I know how it will begin.” I recently discussed my writing practices and author inspirations at Hasty Book List. To read their author feature, please click here.
“The characters start out feeling archetypal—mother, father, child, elder—but they develop into deeply realized people who, despite suffocating proximity with one another, seem to grieve alone.” My conversation with Wendy Bourgeois recently appeared at Heavy Feather Review. To read our discussion about From the Caves, please click here.
“My first [writing] influence, I’d say, was music. Many of my stories were sounds and visuals before they were written down.” I recently discussed my new, award-winning book From the Caves and writing in general at Fevers of the Mind Poetry blog. To read our Quick 9-Question conversation, please click here.