Between the Covers!
I’ve listened, over the years, to almost every single episode of David Naimon's podcast Between the Covers. These conversations have been my companions on buses, long-walk commutes, runs, and wanders, exciting me to think in different, deeper ways about literature. Listening to the show has given me a kind of (para?)social experience I’ve always craved: to be a fly on the wall among geniuses thinking together about writing and books. And being a guest on it… How could I eve
Early Praise for Judas Goat!
As someone who's written a lot of bookseller write-ups, reviews, and blurbs of other people's books over the years, it's really amazing—a kind of painful joy—to see my own book read and interpreted with such depth and care. Publishing a book is an intensely emotional and anxious experience, in general, (at least, it is for me). I feel so lucky that Judas Goat is garnering early praise as the publication date approaches—way more than I ever expected—and I wanted to gather some