I’m a fiction writer, poet, essayist, and a frequent music critic for Pitchfork. My nonfiction writing, about visual art, literature, film, music, and my life, has also appeared consistently in the Village Voice, as well in Artforum, Los Angeles Review of Books, The Baffler, The Believer, Frieze, BOMB, Hyperallergic, Kenyon Review and The Point, among other publications.
I’m queer and my politics are very far to the left. Here’s my Twitter for more on that, and also some recommendations, jokes and miscellany.
My short stories and poems have appeared in a number of literary magazines, and in 2019 I published a novella in The Puritan (now known as The Ex-Puritan). I have read and performed for BBC Radio, Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, Kelly Writers House, KGB Bar, SPANTZO Gallery, Marquee Projects, Columbia University and School of Visual Arts New York City, and received awards, fellowships and residencies from The Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, CATWALK Institute, Creatives Rebuild New York and the University of Pennsylvania, among other institutions.
A novel, an essay collection and a story collection are in the works. Stay tuned.