Monthly Archives: July 2019

Notes on “A Pamphlet for This”

“A Pamphlet for This” was originally set in 2037. That’s because the spark for the story came from the idea that electric cars will someday render obsolete the practice of suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning from sitting in an idling … Continue reading

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Algren 2019 Finalist

I’ve been submitting stories to The Tribune’s annual Algren Awards for about as long as I’ve been writing them, so I’m beyond excited to share that my story, “A Pamphlet for This” was a finalist in this year’s contest. I’ll … Continue reading

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Bob Ross Took Over My Life

I’m a passable musician. I like to think I’m a pretty good writer. But before February, I wouldn’t have imagined I could paint a wall in my condo, much less a canvas. I never took an art class, never drew … Continue reading

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