Virtual resume

Below please find links to published articles and fiction that readers of this blog might find interesting, as well as a couple of professional highlights. This list will be updated as necessary over time.

FICTION

Web – “Agnosia.” Primeval Monster. May 11, 2022.

Web – “Worse Than Wolves.” The Fabulist Words & Art. Nov. 13, 2020.

Anthology – “Not At This Time.” Scary Stuff, edited by Nicolas Leamy and Jacob Jones-Goldstein. 2020.

Anthology – “Circumstantial.” Hookman and Friends, edited by Zach Friday. 2020.

Anthology – “These Spanish Boots.” On Time, edited by Anthony S. Buoni and Alisha Costanzo. 2020.

Magazine – “Life After Roswell.” Red Planet Magazine, edited by Megan Bush. September 2020.

Web – “Was It Something I Wrote?” Maudlin House. April 16, 2020.

Anthology – “Whose Woods These Are.” Crypt Gnats, edited by Dina Leacock. 2019.

NONFICTION

Article: “Neuroscape at UCSF Launches Psychedelic Research Division.” Lucid News. May 1, 2021.

Article – “West LA Gothic: The Westside’s Hidden Literary History is Written in its Architecture.” The Argonaut. Nov. 4, 2020.

Book review – “The Moving Blade.” IndieReader. Sept. 21, 2018.

Article – “Grit vs Globalism: What the City of Blade Runner 2049 Reveals About Recent Trends in Urban Development.” ArchDaily. March 9, 2018.

EXPERIENCE

I have worked as a freelance journalist, but don’t hold that against me. My writing has appeared in local papers like The Malibu Times, the Santa Monica Daily Press and The Argonaut, as well as IndieReader and other blogs. I have also worked for various media outlets, including NBCUniversal, KCRW and KCSN.

Outside of journalism, my short fiction has appeared in the Ignatian Literary Magazine, Maudline House and The Fabulist Words & Art, among other places. I have been a reader for the Speculative Fiction Foundation and the Scriptwriters Network, and I have been a screener for the Los Angeles Film Festival.

I was a Trillium resident at Oregon State University in 2018 and an upcoming Rose Library fellow at Emory University, but don’t hold that against me either.