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A Separate Reality, Carroll & Graf, October 2006

Prose and Poetry:“Life Stories” Your Impossible Voice, Fall 2021
“Prussian Blue” Evergreen Review, Summer 2021
“Do the Math” Exquisite Pandemic, Summer 2021
“The House” Barcelona Review, September 2021
“The Candy” N + 1 Online, August 2020
“Breaking News” Another Chicago Magazine, August 2020
“Limbo” Evergreen Review, July 2020
“Lines Written in Dejection August 24, 2019” Little Rose Magazine, September 2019
“A Lunch of Victims” Free State Review, Fall 2019
“A Florida Boy” Across the Margin, July 2019
“AWP” Kenyon Review Online, February 2019
“The Riviera” Confrontation, Spring 2018
“Washington Square” Crack The Spine
“Horses” KGB Bar Lit, September 2016
“Three Stories by Antonio dal Masetto” (Translations) Waxwing, June 2015
“My Bad” Eclectica, April/May 2015
“Hysterical” Ping Pong Journal, Fall 2014
“Special Baby” Diverse Voices Quarterly Fall, 2013
“More or Less About Rachel” Crack the Spine, June 2013
“Matt” Blue Lake Review, May 2013
“Irvine” Michigan Quarterly Review, Summer 2012
“Ulrike at Apple” Apt, Summer 2012
“The March” Foliated Oak, Spring 2012
“Departure” Foliated Oak, Spring 2012
“An Abstract Narrative of a Conflict in France” Alembic, Spring 2012
“Prediction” Stickman Review, Winter 2012
“Passages” Ducts, Winter 2012
“Objectivity in Brooklyn” Ducts, Winter 2012
“Case Study” Coe Review, Spring 2011
“The Dark Legacy of Carlos Castaneda” Salon, April 12, 2007
“Skip”, February 2007
“Picture” Event, December 2006
“The Whippersnappers” Event, December 2006
“The Writers” Euphony, Winter 2005
“A Separate Reality” Blithe House Quarterly, January 2004
“Diary of a Smurf” Afterwords; edited by Kevin Bentley; Alyson Books; December 2001
“Notes on Camp” Queer 13: Lesbian and Gay Writers Recall Seventh Grade; edited by Clifford Chase; Rob Weisbach Books; 1998

Criticism:“Cult Fiction” Public Books, August 2013
“City Boy by Edmund White” Lambda Literary Review, Fall 2009
King of Shadows by Aaron Shurin” Lambda Literary Review, Fall 2008
Mother of Sorrows by Richard McCann” New York Press, June 1, 2005
“Summer Picks” New York Press, May 18, 2005
“Barbara Pollack’s Dance Party: An Interview with Max Berger,” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art; Fall 2003
“Stay in Place: Three Landscape Painters,” ArtNet; March 2002
“Neil Goldberg” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art; Spring 2001
“Peter Krashes: Momenta, Salon 300; Brooklyn, New York” Zingmagazine, Vol. 3; Winter 2000
“Memory Sculpture: Oliver Herring” Artnet; June 1998
“Chelsea Summer: Tracey Moffatt, Uta Barth, Inez van Lamsweerde and Rineke Djikstra” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art; September 1998
“Amy Adler, Lucky DeBellevue, Anthony Viti” Zingmagazine, Vol. 2; Summer 1998
“Rolling the R’s: Book Review” Zingmagazine, Vol. 2; Summer 1998
“American Homes and Travelers: Elana Herzog, Peter Garfield, James Hill and Randy Wray”Artnet; May 1998
“Mortal Beauty: Hunter Reynolds” Artnet; September 1997

Fellowships and AwardsYaddo, Spring 2017
Hazel Rowley Prize, BIO (Biographers International Organization), 2016
Yaddo, Winter 2012
Winner, The Prize Project, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg Pennsylvania
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Summer 2011
Ragdale, Summer 2010
Yaddo, Summer 2010
Yaddo, Spring 2008
Nominee, Lambda Literary Award for Debut Fiction, 2007
Nominee, Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction, 2007
Best of Salon, 2007
New York Foundation for the Arts, 2005
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Spring 2005
MacDowell Colony, Winter 2004
Yaddo, Spring 2003
MacDowell Colony, Spring 2002
Milton and Sally Avery Fellowship, 2002
Director, Writers at the Alliance, a reading series at the Educational Alliance, 2005 to 2006
Director of the Prose in General reading series at Art in General, 2000 to 2003

Visual Arts (selected)
Drawings and paintings exhibited at Baxter Street at Camera Club of New York, Richard Andersen Fine Arts, Caren Golden Gallery, Brooklyn Museum, Art in General, White Columns, Thread Waxing Space, New Orleans Contemporary Arts Center, Peter Kilchmann Gallery and at exhibitions throughout the United States, South America and Europe.