But the product of this was both gushy and vain. Embarrassing. It was easy to read his real interest, which was carnal, puckered.
writes fiction and plays. His work has been performed in New York City, Providence, and Cambridge, United Kingdom. Two of his plays, Chroma Key and Every Time I Turn Around, were Critics’ Picks in Time Out New York. Recently, his writing was featured in the experimental fiction anthology, Praxis (ed. Hodgson, Snajdr, Clarke, Dostoyevsky Wannabe Originals). He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Jaime, and his dog, Whit.