Interview, “Memoir: How We Write About Ourselves,” with Roz Morris for her author’s website.

The first three of a series of essays on obscure and neglected writers published in the journal CRAFT: Exploring the Art of Fiction: “An Extremely Disorganized Life,” about the life and work of Japanese novelist Osamu Dasai; “Master of the Touching Detail,” about French novelist Emmanuel Bove, and “More than Mere Oblivion,” about Scottish-Italian author Alexander Trocchi and his autobiographical novel Cain’s Book in Two other essays—one about Gabriel D’Annunzio and his book-length prose-poem Notturno, the other about Marcelle Sauvageot and her uncategorizable short masterpiece Commentary, are forthcoming for the same journal.

My essay “A Matter of Perspective” was just published in Transformations, a new journal of narrative nonfiction co-sponsored by the Arizona State University and the Los Angeles Review of Books.

My novel “Duplicity” was among five finalists selected from over 300 entries by judge Christy Sitwell for the 2020 Elixir Press Fiction Award. The novel’s first chapter was also a finalist for the CRAFT First Chapter Contest. “Duplicity” has been accepted for publication by Serving House Books and is slated to appear before the end of the year.

Netflix producer David Nichols, his novelist and screenwriter brother Peter Nichols, and I are collaborating on a series proposal for Netflix based on a speculative novel.