I herniated a cervical disc in my neck while sleeping. My wife took me to the emergency room. Here's the video I made about the experience.
The Bennington Review published an essay of mine in their inaugural issue. It's about my love of Nathanael West and how it might not be the healthiest relationship. Its title, Golden Friendship Club, is taken from the book West was working on when he died.
I wrote about my wife having a baby and me building a banister. Also I was terrified that my child would end up suicidal. It's at The Guardian.
Here's me talking with superfriend Duncan Trussell on his podcast The Duncan Trussell Family Hour.
"That you Ever Saw" up at Better Magazine is about my dad's failed attempts at humor.
I made a playlist for my book over at LargeHeartedBoy.
I stump myself on some gotcha questions here.
The Family Values of Face/Off scratches the surface of my love for the 1998 movie.
Here is an op-ed that I wrote concerning Lariam (mefloquine hydrochloride) for the The New York Times' Opinion page on Thursday August 8th, 2013.
I blogged during the Fall of 2012 for Ploughshares' web site.
I had an essay called "The Twittering Machine" published in the Fall 2012 issue of Ploughshares, edited by Patricia Hampl. It was inspired by the great painting by Paul Klee.
Here's a link to a story at Guernica: "How to Rent a Hotel Room"