My lyric essay “Strike Anywhere” has been published online in Quarterly West Issue 91. This essay is from a series based on the four classical elements, and its theme is fire. Huge thanks to Noam Dorr, Sara Eliza Johnson, JP Grasser and the rest of the Quarterly West staff. Also, I want to say a scorchingly grateful thank you to my generous friends and family who allowed me to audio record them for this, including those whose interviews never made it into the final draft.
Read the essay HERE.
Thrilled to share the news that my lyric essay “Strike Anywhere” has just been accepted at Quarterly West. This is the second essay from my recently completed series on the four classical elements to have found a home–it’s theme, no surprise, is fire. Also Jack Tripper’s in it. On skates.
A personal essay I wrote this spring just got accepted by the Colorado Review today for their spring 2014 issue. Four hours after I got that acceptance, and agreed to it, (before I even had time to withdraw it from other journals) I got an email from another amazing journal also accepting it. Two acceptances for the same piece in the same day. That is a new one for me, and I’m still floored.
This is my first full essay acceptance, and that it was from the Colorado Review is a dream come true.