There's a new story of mine over at Electric Literature, which has been one of my favorite online literary publications for years. Please click here to read "Success Story."
I'm grateful to WBUR's The Artery for giving me the chance to write about Denis Johnson, whose work has been incredibly important to me. Please click here to read the article.
I’m thrilled to have my story “Lady with Invisible Dog” included in this year’s Short Story Advent Calendar alongside work by such fantastic writers as Kelly Link, Laird Hunt and Carmen Maria Machado. If you’re not familiar with the SSAC, it’s a collection of 24 individually-bound stories, so each one remains a surprise until its day arrives. Since LWID is today’s story, you can find an interview with me at Hingston & Olsen and updates throughout the day on Twitter (#SSAC2017). And tune in each day to learn more about the other stories!
More Alive and Less Lonely is featured in this week's New York Times Book Review. "Lethem’s earnestness is satisfying," writes Heather Scott Partington, "but it’s his vulnerability, his willingness to expose his own flaws, that endears." Please click here to read the full review.
Chris Wood was kind enough to interview Jonathan Lethem and I about More Alive and Less Lonely for The Millions – here's what we had to say.
Here's a great interview with Jonathan Lethem about More Alive and Less Lonely in Jacket Copy.
Melville House asked me to write about what it was like editing Jonathan Lethem's More Alive and Less Lonely.
More Alive and Less Lonely, a collection of nonfiction by Jonathan Lethem which I edited and wrote an introduction for, is out now from Melville House. Please click here to get your copy, and here to read about my experiences editing the book.
Over at The Alt, William Belcher lists Golden Delicious among “Nine books you may have missed in 2016.” “I heard Boucher read from the work in May,” Belcher writes, “and both scenes he read have stuck with me for months.”
I’m grateful to Emily St. John Mandel for her kind words about Golden Delicious in her post for The Millions’s “A Year in Reading 2016.” Emily reviewed HTKYVA in 2011, and says that Golden Delicious is “infused with the same strange brilliance.”