Last Call at the Stork Hotel, my short story published in The Bitter Southerner. What happens when a couple finally learns their adoption of a Chinese baby has been approved the same day that the dad loses his job to China? Find out.

Spellbinder, my true crime piece for Atlanta Magazine. Mitchell Gross wrote thrillers, but he was also an attorney, a scientist, a successful businessman, a Hollywood darling, and a charmer of women. He was none of these things. He was more. Why did so many people fall for his lies?

Are Novels Boring? In Defense of An Art Form. My essay for Paste Magazine explaining why well-crafted novels are so much harder to pull off than strings of interconnected short stories, contrary to what most critics seem to think.

Here are two interviews I did with two of my favorite writers, Jess Walter and Olen Steinhauer.