Publications

FICTION
Mexicola,” Chattahoochee Review, Spring 2019 [print only]
Parliament Lights,” New Ohio Review, Winter 2018
Now I See,” Mr. Porter, September–October 2018
Sisters,” Tin House, Fall 2018
Isn’t It Big? Isn’t It Nice?“, Craft, October 2017 [reprint]
Because Florida,” Crazyhorse, Spring 2017 [print only]
Isn’t Big? Isn’t It Nice?“, Indiana Review, Winter 2016 [print only]
Cough,” The Masters Review Volume V, 2016 [print only]
First Thing We Did,” Catapult, Fall 2015
“All the Women, Disappear,” Arcadia, Summer 2015 [print only]
Dad Thing,” Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading, 2015
Husbands,” New England Review, Fall 2014 [print only]
Autocorrect,” Secret Behavior, 2014 [print only]
Edie Sedgwick,” Nashville Review, Summer 2014
Claire, the Whole World,” One Story, April 2014 [print only; sold out]

PRESS
New Writer: Nominated by André Aciman,” V Magazine, no. 117, the Discovery Issue
Fiction Responding to Fiction: Raymond Carver and Jonathan Durbin” by Laura Spence-Ash, Ploughshares
Author Q&A with Sadye Teiser, The Masters Review
Author Q&A with Will Allison, One Story

SELECT NONFICTION
Ocean Vuong on On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous, Interview, 2019
Ted Chiang on Exhalation, Mr. Porter, 2019
Roxane Gay on HungerVillage Voice, 2017
Lesley Nneka Arimah on This Is What It Means When a Man Falls from the SkyVillage Voice, 2017
Kurt Andersen on FantasylandVillage Voice, 2017
Tom Perrotta on Mrs. FletcherVillage Voice, 2017
Christopher Bollen on The Destroyers,Village Voice, 2017
Patrick Ryan on The Dreamlife of AstronautsElectric Literature, 2016
Andrew CoganMonocle, 2011 [subscription required]
The RaconteursInterview, 2008
Daft PunkPaper, 2007

SELECT SCRIPTWRITING
Sometimes I Lie (co-written by Vincent Skeltis, director), 2012