Tell Me What You See (December 2022)
Tell Me What You See (Whiskey Tit) is a collection of ten experimental short stories about coronavirus quarantines, climate change, the January 6th invasion on the US Capitol, and other events from 2020-2021.
Written in both word and image, pieces from the collection have been called “inventive and topical and fresh, emotional, chaotic, and important” by The McNeese Review and “timely, relevant, and interesting” by The Missouri Review. Title story “Tell Me What You See” is a 2021 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) City Artist Corps winner.
Read reviews here. Download a press sheet here. Published December 8, 2022 by Whiskey Tit. Buy your copy today.
Writing Through the Classics: Great Expectations (2021)
This edition of Great Expectations adds footnotes to Charles Dickens’ original text that explain the creative writing devices used. Exercises and prompts then guide readers through how to use these same techniques in their own fiction.
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Writing Through the Classics: Pride and Prejudice (2020)
This edition of Pride and Prejudice adds footnotes to Jane Austen’s original text that explain the creative writing devices used. Exercises and prompts then guide readers through how to use these same techniques in their own fiction.