I’m so thrilled to have a new story, entitled “The Program in Profound Thought,” in the latest issue of the Notre Dame Review. “Program” is about a burned-out academic who has been running a fake lecture series for years, until a new dean at his institution discovers his shenanigans. The story also features a drug-addled brother, a thinly veiled description of Iowa City, and a ferocious raccoon.
Last month, another story of mine appeared in The Minnesota Review. “The Novelist and the Short Story Writer” is about writing conferences, commercial versus experimental fiction, and autism.
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