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The Establishment published this essay of mine about the struggle to be my most honest and true self.
Not everyone is as hungry as Obama. In the circumstance that you do decide to take on something serious, like a burrito, and in case you do not finish eating it, know that I have a solution for your leftovers, which is available in Boxy Magazine.
Boxy Magazine has published my recipe for the easiest way to add pizzazz to your eating situation.
Consult the guidelines for this magic sauce.
This is a story of mine that was published in The James Franco Review, on unexpected friendships and the portals they open.
Read all about My Friend Jesus
Shipwreck is a brilliant event in which, “Six Great Writers destroy six notable characters from one Great Book on the first Thursday of every month at the Booksmith in San Francisco.” In January I had the pleasure of writing an erotic fanfic piece about Francisco d’Anconia from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.
Breeze through A Day in the Life of a Totally Normal Teenage Magnate
I had the pleasure of answering some questions and reading a bit of a story for Litseen and SF Weekly’s The Write Stuff.
Find out what it’s like when I fall in love and watch me read a robot story
This is a short story of mine about the various paths we can take when the people we like upset us. I also made an audio version so you can listen to me reading it with sound effects and voices. Published by Connotation Press, 2013.
Find out what hijinks Bunchlow has pulled this time
Diane Belnavis by Emile B. Klein
A fun, collaborative type of interview project I did with You’re U.S. in 2012. I looked at photographs, videos and listened to an uncut interview with Diane Belnavis, then created a prose portrait of her. Emile B. Klein and Shani Aviram created their own portraits in paint and audio, respectively.
Get to know Diane Belnavis
My review of Reif Larson‘s The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet along with some snippets of his thoughts and commentary for The Portland Mercury, 2009.
Read my take on visuals in a novel: A Cartographer’s Delight