I have a story in Back Road Bobby and His Friends, a new entry in the 509 series of crime fiction anthologies edited by Colin Conway. There are plenty of great stories in this one, and I recommend it highly.

I was a guest on the Wrong Place, Write Crime podcast, talking to Frank about my book and a whole host of other nonsense.

I was a guest on Textual Healing with Mallory Smart, where we chatted about apartment living, Steely Dan, and also writing and stuff. It was great fun.

I’m in monkeybicycle, explaining what my book would be if it were not a book. (If that sounds confusing or needlessly cryptic, just click through and read it.)

I was a guest on the Downtown Writer’s Jam podcast, which you can get in either audio or video form here.

I spoke to Hurley Winkler for her Lonely Victories newsletter, about the circuitous route How I’m Spending My Afterlife took from being self-published to landing with an indie press four years later. (You should definitely subscribe to her newsletter, btw.)

I spoke to Hypertext Magazine about unlikable protagonists in fiction.

I was a guest on This Podcast Will Change Your Life.

I spoke to LitReactor about some things. You can read the interview here.

I was featured on the @mugshot_writers Instagram account, talking about my ancient Detroit Tigers coffee mug. It’s way better than I make it sound, I promise.

The good folks at the Hawai’i Pacific Review posted an excerpt from How I’m Spending My Afterlife, which you can read here.

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