My novel Vintage, published by Simon & Schuster in has been called “spellbinding” and a “must read.”
My novella @SharkGirl79 was recently published in Failbetter.com. Read it online for free.
The Dilettante’s Field Manual
This series of posts and artist profiles digs into the creative process, the intersection of art and money, the joys of dilettantism and how to embrace your inner amateur. I’ll also profile artists I know whose work and attitude toward their craft I find inspiring.
FROM THE BLOG…
Maggie is the best trail dog because when you’re in the woods with her she wanders with a specific sense of aimlessness that is instructive for writers. For a dog, a walk in the woods is high art. She follows the twin muses of her nose and curiosity. She engages in prolonged tangents during headlongContinue reading “What my dog teaches me about writing”
I never planned to go to Japan. It wasn’t an accident, just somebody else’s idea. That somebody else is my daughter. I’m in the incredibly fortunate position of writing and making films and media for a living. And sometimes I get to travel to wonderful places and tell stories about interesting people. For one projectContinue reading “To Japan”
I sometimes hesitate to admit that I miss the Wall, that I feel a longing for something so awful. But back then you knew where you stood. There was a double wall of concrete with razor wire and mines in the middle, and on one side stood the good guys, bad guys on the other.Continue reading “What I miss about the wall”