Creative Writing


 Athleta Magazine is printed biannually in Verona, Italy in both Italian and English. For Issue 3, I collaborated with photographer  Alessandro Simonetti  on  He's Got Hands: The democratization of sport on the streets of New York .   Visit Athleta  &  purchase Issue 3.

Athleta Magazine is printed biannually in Verona, Italy in both Italian and English. For Issue 3, I collaborated with photographer Alessandro Simonetti on He's Got Hands: The democratization of sport on the streets of New YorkVisit Athleta & purchase Issue 3.

 Hierbas Ibicencas is the regional drink and a local treasure in Ibiza, beloved by the outcasts that call the island home and as surrounded by history and mystery as the rock itself. Read this ode to Hierbas (not my headline) published in the   5 O'Clock Somewhere column of Roads & Kingdoms.

Hierbas Ibicencas is the regional drink and a local treasure in Ibiza, beloved by the outcasts that call the island home and as surrounded by history and mystery as the rock itself. Read this ode to Hierbas (not my headline) published in the 5 O'Clock Somewhere column of Roads & Kingdoms.

 Gigantic Sequins is a biannual independent literary arts journal featuring fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. My creative nonfiction essay,  Skittles , was selected for publication in Issue 8.2.   Visit Gigantic Sequins  &    purchase Issue 8.2    .

Gigantic Sequins is a biannual independent literary arts journal featuring fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. My creative nonfiction essay, Skittles, was selected for publication in Issue 8.2. Visit Gigantic Sequins & purchase Issue 8.2.

 Wanderthief is the most recent incarnation of a creative writing blog I started in 2008. The essays featured on Wanderthief are often personal, sometimes political, and typically weird. It's an experiment with lyric essay and practice in the world of creative nonfiction.   Read Wanderthief here.

Wanderthief is the most recent incarnation of a creative writing blog I started in 2008. The essays featured on Wanderthief are often personal, sometimes political, and typically weird. It's an experiment with lyric essay and practice in the world of creative nonfiction. Read Wanderthief here.