The Chicago Center for Literature and Photography (CLAPP) recently anthologized story of mine called “Uncle Sam City” in this book:
It’s a collection of short stories that emphasize setting; the story I wrote was set in Bangkok, Thailand. Other authors collected include two author-friends of mine from my time in Oxford, Ohio: David Harris Ebenbach, who was, for a short time, a local writer in those parts and Joseph Bates, a resident writer at Miami University who taught one of my grad seminars there. He was actually the first to workshop “Uncle Sam City,” when I submitted it as “untitled”. It’s gone through several changes since then. I’m really honored to be in a book with these two–they are wonderful, imaginative writers and fantastic folks.
Other authors in the collection who I don’t know include:
Jenn Winter, Brandon Tietz, Dan Treadway, Robert Duffer, Heather Skyler, Elva Maxine Beach, Delphine Pontvieux, Emma Riehle Bohmann and Lorraine Boissoneault. Traci Kim is the editor.
For information about how to access the collection see this page on the CLAPP Center’s website.
2 Replies to “Anthologized”
I applaud your appearance in CLAPP and look forward to reading it.
How awesome! So proud of you!