For the full piece, see it in Evocations: A Literary and Art Review.Published in the inaugural winter 2020 issue. — Those of you who knew me back in grad school know that my MFA thesis was a long, rambling 300+ page meditation
Elm Street + Tenney Street Two humans talking when the small dog sneezes. Man stops to say: "Bless you."
For the full interview, see it on Fiction Advocate. Originally published on August 15, 2016. — Nina MacLaughlin is the author of Hammer Head: The Making of a Carpenter, a memoir about her transformation from journalist to carpenter. After spending her twenties as a
For the full interview, see it on Fiction Advocate. Originally published on January 13, 2016. — 2016 is starting off with two milestones for Non-Fiction by Non-Men! This installment marks the tenth interview in the series and the first interview with a graphic artist
Believe it or not, it's already been three months since the last check-in on my 2015 reading challenge, and I must admit that I'm struggling a little over here. As you can see, I'm a few days late posting this––both
I'm extremely excited to announce that I have a short nonfiction piece––"Claustrophobia"––in volume IV of the small, Boston-area-based zine/magazine Infinite Scroll. The theme of the issue is TIME & MONEY. To read the full piece, buy a copy of Infinite Scroll, either online or at
For the full essay, see it in Volume 1, Issue 1 of Agave Magazine. Originally published in August 2013. --- Since it opened in 1930, Andersen Insurance, in Somerville, Massachusetts, has offered incredible job security. I started making photocopies and filing policies when
For the full essay, see it in Fall 2013 issue of The Wellesley Review. Originally published in December 2013. --- When, as an infant, I refused nap, my mom would often strap me into the car seat and drive head-on into the afternoon