Remains published in the Alaska Quarterly Review

A new story, “Remains” appears in the Summer & Fall 2018 issue of Alaska Quarterly Review. It’s the first of two very different stories about artifacts: remnants from the past that surface to haunt present lives. The theme intrigues me, so possibly there’ll be more.

Follow-up thoughts to Nat Bernstein’s challenging questions about my sympathetic serpent for Jewish Book Council.

Read the follow up

Jewish Book Council interview with Nat Bernstein

Read the interview

Alan Cheuse featured The Language of Paradise on NPR

Read or listen at NPR.

Language of Paradise long-listed for the Center for Fiction First Fiction Prize

See the announcement at the Center for Fiction website.

A blog on the search for the first language for Huffington Post

Read it at the Huffington Post

An interview with Evelyn Rogers for the wonderful website Bloom

I enjoyed doing this interview with Vickie Fang for Fifty is the New Fifty

The Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress interview and reading

I did a podcast for the Poetry and Literature Center at the Library of Congress as part of a series called “The Poet and the Poem with Grace Cavalieri.”