Tuesday, October 29, 2013


Letitia Trent has an article about the film It in the Halloween issue of Bright Wall/Dark Room Magazine: http://bwdrmagazine.com/issue-5

Friday, August 16, 2013

Friday, August 9, 2013

New essay on The Fall on The Nervous Breakdown. From the essay…
As a precocious pre-teen and teen, I was obsessed with adulthood; I couldn’t wait for the responsibility of rent checks and retirement plans. I watched serious drama as a way to prepare myself for this adult life I so wanted, and since we didn’t have cable I spent a lot of time watching PBS to figure out exactly how adults lived. I loved Masterpiece Theater,Mystery!, and particularly Prime Suspect, the dark and emotionally complex BBC crime series starring Helen Mirren as Jane Tennyson, a lone female detective in a boy’s club of often outright hostile fellow officers. I wanted to be like Jane Tennyson when I grew up. I dreamed of living a solitary but important existence, of having a job that was so central to me that I would forget meals and drink black coffee, a job that included meetings and orders and sleepless nights in which I would struggle to find the key to understanding a fragmented picture and solving the case. Jane Tennyson’s life always had an air of romance to it despite its gritty realism…

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

I have an essay about the Terrence Malick film "To the Wonder" in the latest issue of Bright Wall/Dark Room, which you can download as an app for your iPhone or iPad for a mere two bucks an issue. It is a fantastic journal with many great writers and beautiful illustrations.

My essay about The Misfits was recently reposted to the Bright Wall/Dark Room Tumblr page. 

Saturday, May 4, 2013

Thursday, April 4, 2013

I have an essay up on The Nervous Breakdown about the character "Lori" in The Walking Dead.

Also, a short story in The Adirondack Review!

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Friday, January 4, 2013

Little late updating this, but my essay on Freaky Friday for Bright Wall in a Dark Room was featured during Body Swap Week.