I've ordered a few more copies of Ologies from the publisher, so if you wanted a signed copy after I ran out of the last batch, you will have another opportunity.
(NOTE: The chapbooks are still available from Etchings Press here.)
But, if you'd like a signed copy instead, drop me a line using the "Say Howdy" page above ^. In your note, let me know which email address to use for the Paypal invoice. Once my copies have arrived, I will send you an invoice.
I am selling mine for exactly the same price as Etchings Press: $10 + $3 s/h.
In other news, I will be featured in a few upcoming anthologies. Waveform: Twenty-first-century Essays by Women (edited by Marcia Aldrich), How We Talk to One Another: an Essay Daily Reader (edited by Craig Reinbold and Ander Monson), and Nature and Environmental Writing: a Guide and Anthology (edited by Sean Prentiss and Joe Wilkins).
I also found out a few months ago that I will have an essay in the Best American Science and Nature Writing 2016, guest edited by Amy Stewart.
All are scheduled for publication this fall, so keep an eye out. I am so honored and excited to be among all of the powerhouses that I have seen in the the tables of contents of these books.
If you can't wait, here are two places you can read some recent work. I have an experimental piece about love and heartbreak up at Diagram, here. And the latest issue of New Ohio Review, available here, has a lyric essay about birdsong and what I'm afraid my parent's relationship taught me. By way of plug for both journals: the editors at both were amazing to work with and I can't recommend them highly enough.