Stuff about baseball

The popular “Why Baseball is the Sexiest Game,” which I wrote one afternoon when I was procrastinating working on an insipid assignment from a women’s magazine.  It was originally published by Cosmopolitan and is reprinted with permission by Elysian Fields Quarterly.

“The Family Language,”also Elysian Fields Quarterly

Stuff about the troubled family

“My Father’s Bartenders,” The Sun magazine, October, 2001

“A Box to Be Buried In,” The Laurel Review, Fall, 2006
PDF of article

“Against Bric a Brac,” epiphany, Fall, 2006

“Blue Suburban Skies,” Under the Gum Tree, July 2013
PDF of article

“The Calls Are Coming from Inside the House,” Barrelhouse, Issue 16

Stuff about stuff

“Judged By the Archbishop,” Compass Rose, 2006

Sultry Like Me, Cosmopolitan Magazine
PDF of article

“The Same River Twice,” The Writing Disorder, Winter 2014

“Piano Piece,” Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, January 2015

“Rondo,” Post Road, Issue 21


“There’s No Better Time to Be a Nerd,” Review of the Nerdette Podcast, Entropy Magazine, November 3, 2016

“Going Anywhere” by David Armstrong, The Literary Review, November 2014

“The Physics of Sorrow” by Georgi Gospodinov, The Literary Review, The Literary Review, June 2015

Women and Hollywood

Review of Agnieszka Holland’s “In Darkness”, February 9, 2012

Interview with Laura Poitras, Director of The Oath, May 21, 2010

Interview with Hilari Scarl, Director of See What I’m Saying:  The Deaf Entertainers Documentary, April 13, 2010


The Publisher’s Weekly Review of my first novel.

It’s out of print, but if you really want one, there are ways to obtain a copy

Link to my book on


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