Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal based in Ann Arbor, Michigan dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. My essay Dance of the Ring is part of Issue 11 (Fall 2013) their first devoted to Creative Nonfiction. I originally presented this Mad About You-inspired story as part of Solo Homo 8 with NewTown Writers in June 2010. The now defunct Q Review published it online in June 2011. I’m honored to be a part of this exciting issue and to have it as the new literary home for my story.
Pick up a print or digital copy at MidwestGothic.com. Cheers.
Hey friends, it’s finally this site’s official Radio DePaul post! On January 20, 2012, I joined hosts Colin & Marcy and my classmate Bethany for this term’s second edition of DePaul Student Writers Series.
I read two of my personal essays, Dance of the Ring and More Than Words. Following the reading, we discussed the pieces and the writing process. Definitely a cool way to spend a wintery Friday morning.
Listen via the show’s new site Welcome post, or go directly to the site’s embedded audio. Please Note: the first couple minutes featuring announcements got clipped, but the main event is all there. Also, I’m second guest in the line up.
It’s been a busy quarter, and I should be studying for my Language & Style test right now. But I still have time. I’m also involved in a really cool project for my Art of the Interview class. More on that to come!
Be well, and enjoy the show. Cheers.
Hey Everyone! Join me and NewTown Writers for the 8th installment of our FABULOUS performance series, Solo Homo. I’ll be debuting a brand new piece, Dance of the Ring. Visiting Newtownwriters.org will give you a bunch more info as well as a link to the fabulous Brown Paper Tickets for online ticket purchasing. One of my favorite things about BPT? They generate a press release using all the info you give them about your event. How cool is that?! Anyway.
If you’re on Facebook, visit the Official Facebook Event Page and RSVP! Thanks, ‘preciate it, and see you there! 🙂