May: Grog Blossoms is selected as a Semi-Finalist in Yemassee’s 2018 Chapbook Contest.
January 1st: Welcomed the world anew.
March – December: Several events came to pass, but it was not the kind of year in which any of them were recorded for personal posterity.
February 8th: Copies of the Translucent Issue of Fairy Tale Review are available!
February 8th – 11th: Representing the Cupboard Pamphlet at AWP 2017 in Washington DC.
July 27th: ‘”Creatures of Complication”: An Interview with Kelly Dulaney’ by Dana Diehl is available to read at the Collagist blog.
July 13th: Print-bound versions of Penny Issue One have arrived!
June 20th: Grog Blossoms is selected as an Honorable Mention for Split Lip Press’s Turnbuckle Chapbook Contest.
April 14th: Ash is spotted in the wild in an indie bookstore in California!
March 30 – April 2nd, 2016: Representing the Cupboard Pamphlet at AWP 2016 in Los Angeles.
February 23, 2016: New short nonfiction (“Stones”) is available to read at Penny.
Winter 2015/2016: Grog Blossoms is selected as a Finalist for Gertrude Press’s Chapbook Contest.
September 10th, 2015: Reading at Firecreek Cafe in Flagstaff, Arizona.
August 15th, 2015: “Oil Dog” is selected as The Best Short Story I Read in a Lit Mag This Week by Ross McMeekin in Ploughshares.
July 15th, 2015: New short fiction (“Oil Dog”) is available to read at the Collagist.
Fall 2014: “Incisor / Canine” is selected as a Finalist for Black Warrior Review’s 10th Annual Contest.
August 29th, 2014: Grog Blossoms is selected as a Finalist for the Collagist’s Chapbook Contest.
June 5th, 2014: Ash is selected as a Finalist for Black Lawrence Press’s 2014 Big Moose Prize.
Otherwise, there’s nothing doing, darling!