I have a new short story up as Catapult's Friday Fiction today. It's called "I Eat Men Like Air" (thank you, Sylvia Plath, for that line). Short stories are still my first love, and I'm glad to see this one in the world, especially with the ideal accompanying illustration. New novel is out in a month, though, and I'm drafting another one now, with some further short-fiction breaks. I hope you like this one.
I'm the author of All True Not a Lie In It (Knopf Canada 2015, Ecco USA 2016) and The Old Familiar (Thistledown 2008).