A new short story in “The Yale Review”

The Yale Review, spring 2021

A new short story of mine, “Massachusetts,” is published in the spring 2021 issue of The Yale Review. The story is about how a group of children are shaped by two teachers whose styles of being are incommensurate. It’s a tiny bit allegorical, but realist enough that you might not notice.

If you’d like to read it, you can get just the spring 2021 issue of The Yale Review for $15, or you can get a year’s subscription (four issues) for $44, along with a coupon for 50% off some of Yale University Press’s books.

New story

If you subscribe before midnight Sunday night, you’ll be in time to receive the next issue of the literary journal n+1, which has a new story by me. The name of the story is “The Remainder.” The name of the issue is “Death Wish,” which is also the 20% off discount code: DEATHWISH. It’s a good story. Subscribe now!

“Trajectory,” in the Atlantic

The Atlantic has just published a short story of mine about what it’s like to have once been able to fly. Please consider giving it a read, and transmitting news of it along whatever rhizomes you’re in touch with!

The magazine has also posted a short interview with me by Amy Weiss-Meyer about the writing of the story.

Many thanks to Thomas Gebremedhin, Amy Weiss-Meyer, and Oliver Munday at The Atlantic!