October 4, 2020

On Radio New Zealand, I spoke to Lynn Freemann about Georgie, chatting to the dead, and the surprising New Zealand connection in More Miracle than Bird. You can listen to our conversation on Standing Room Only here.

July 21, 2020

7pm ET: A conversation with Paula McLain, author of Love and Ruin. Hosted by Watermark Books & Cafe, KS. Via Zoom + Facebook Live. Register here.

July 10, 2020

More Miracle than Bird is on Amazon’s list of Best Literature & Fiction of 2020 So Far.

July 9, 2020

A conversation with Christopher Castellani, author of Leading Men. Hosted by Northshire Bookstore, NY. Event via Zoom.

July 2, 2020

I explored a few famous literary relationships for Electric Literature.

Dorothy Shakespear and Ezra Pound

June 11, 2020

Over at LitHub, I discuss what it was like to write More Miracle than Bird, or the highly scientific approach of “galumphing about in meadows of books.”

May 21, 2020

More Miracle than Bird is on Alida Becker’s list of historical fiction summer reading recommendations in The New York Times Book Review:

“History, it’s said, is written by the winners — and that usually means men. But in the realm of historical fiction, women have plenty of opportunity to take their revenge, and right now Hilary Mantel isn’t the only one doing it. In fact, there’s a small army of women offering their own slant on what life was like for our ancestors, near or far, famous or obscure. Here are some of them — and they’re all winners.”

May 20, 2020

More Miracle than Bird just arrived in Berlin!