New Work in Tupelo Quarterly

Here's new work, "Girl in Box," online at Tupelo Quarterly. Best of all, Rochelle Hurt has written a beautiful and lyrical introduction to my piece -- the kind of elegant literary introduction every writer dreams of. Although "Girl in Box" is a solo piece, it's part of a full-length manuscript I'm collaborating on with Aimee Parkison, whose brilliant and fearless imagination challenges me at every turn. Our book explores fictional female characters trapped in confinement.
While you're visiting Tupelo Quarterly, check out "A Micro Interview with Monica Viada," by Elaine Sexton. The gorgeous installation above is part of Monica Viada's brilliant work "Migration & Memory."