I haven't posted many updates here lately. I'm better at posting updates on Facebook, so feel free to friend me there.
I've had the pleasure of visiting a few synagogues over the past couple months to talk about my book. It's really fun! if you belong to a synagogue (or church, masjid, anarchist book club, etc.) invite and I'll come talk with you.
Ilana Masad was nice enough to have me on her podcast, The Other Stories. We spoke last month and the episode aired last week. I read an unpublished short story (one of my favorite things I've written since finishing The Sea Beach Line), and we talked abut a bunch of stuff, like Primo Levi.
I also had a nonfiction article up on The Atlantic's Object Lessons series last month. A fairly anarcho take on Flag Day, and the history of flags.
Foreword Reviews named my book Bronze in their 2015 INDIEFAB Awards, in the literary category. Third place aint so bad.
Humbled to be listed in this article on Book Riot: 100 Must-Read Works of Jewish Fiction.
OK, enough bragging. I'll get back t the usual self-deprecation soon.
Oh, I'll have some updates about an exciting zine project next month, hopefully.
I want to write more about the guys in the videos in the previous posts, and a bunch of other things. I can't right now. Just listen to the songs. Keep the faith.