SHORT FICTION

"You and Your Healthy Libido" appeared in the spring 2016 issue of Ninth Letter

"Between Ship and Ice" appeared in One Story.

"Escape and Reverse" is a Ploughshares Solo. You can find it as a standalone or in the Ploughshares Solos Omnibus

"The Ice House" appeared in the mighty little queer lit journal Gertrude.

"Pinhead, Moonhead," the first story I ever published, came out in Ploughshares and appeared on NPR's Selected Shorts, read by Cynthia Nixon. 

"Devices" appeared in the journal Avery Anthology (edited then by Emma Straub), which is no longer with us but had a fantastic run. 

RECENT NONFICTION

Over at Hilobrow, I've written about the Swedish tween punk geniuses in Vi Är Bäst! for their #SQUADGOALS series, enthused about the amazing monotremes (the original was three times as long, I could really go on and on about these), and contributed a card to the Hermenautic Tarot. Forthcoming: "Lost Notebook" for the Lost Objects series, and a rhapsody on Team Dresch's album Personal Best.

"Silhouettes," about shooting a gun for the first time, in The Rumpus.

"Take Flight" at Airplane Reading, now collected in a handsome flight-friendly anthology from Zero Books.

A short lyric essay called "Feral Roads," co-written with Kara Thompson, appears in Leaf Litter, the annual art and lit journal from Signal Fire.

An in-depth  interview with Eileen Myles in The Rumpus.

"Variable Rewards," an essay about an unexpected catcall and queer awakening, appeared in the art and literature anthology Qs. 

I wrote the chapter "Rock Out," sharing what I learned from many summers volunteering for the Rock'n'Roll Camp for Girls, for the great kids' book Unbored