Tag: John King

  • My Writing Process: Blog Tour

      First, a word about the writer who nominated me for the blog tour. I’ve known Vanessa Blakeslee (blog here) for almost a decade now, which is a little bit insane to think about. (Side-note: can something be a “little bit insane”? I don’t know. Anyway.) Vanessa was finishing up her Masters degree at the […]

  • The Drunken Odyssey

    Just prior to my book release party this past Saturday, I sat down with John King, host of the literary/writing life podcast “The Drunken Odyssey.” It’s a fun conversation. We talk about my book American Fraternity Man, and fraternity life in the state of Florida, and hazing, and alcoholism, and road trips, and mixed-media literature, […]

  • A City’s Transformed Places

    I’ve always been intrigued by the transformed places in a city, the parks and boulevards that were once something happy or great, or that were once terrible and grimy, and that–through urbanization and population changes and construction and (maybe) gentrification and remodeling–become something wildly different than anyone might have expected many years before. In Toronto, […]