You can hear my story “The TV” on Selected Shorts right now, being read by Liev Schreiber on the “Obsessive Compulsive” episode. It’s from an event at the Getty Center in Los Angeles earlier this year– I went and was so stunned by the whole affair, I forgot to take any pictures! Except for this one, which was right before Liev Schreiber came onstage:
Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day was translated into Farsi and published in Iran a few years ago (a fact which I still find amazing). Recently, it went into in its third printing there– it’s the top row, third one on the right, the one with the light switch on the cover (from the story “The Girl in the Storm”). Many thanks to the translator, Asadollah Amrae!
Just found out that my book Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day has gone into an eighth printing– pretty exciting! Also exciting: that blurb from Ray Bradbury on the cover!
I wrote a story called “The Candelabra,” and The Masters Review published it as the finale of their celebration of Short Story Month. You can read it here:
Got my contributor copies of Salt Hill Journal 34 today, which contains a little story of mine called “The Cape,” which I like very much. Get it here: http://salthilljournal.net/sh34/
It’s here! My first picture book– The Baseball Player and the Walrus, illustrated by Alex Latimer– out Feb 24 from Dial Books for Young Readers. Pick one up today, or come down to Skylight Books on Saturday the 28th for the Release Party!