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Bibliography

Books

Sight Reading: A Novel (HarperCollins, 2013)
Russian Winter: A Novel (HarperCollins, 2010)
Calamity and Other Stories (Doubleday, 2005)

Short Fiction

“Awake” in Memorious, Summer 2016
“Oblivion” in FiveChapters, October 2014
“Russian Winter: A Story” in Fusion: A Global Forum, Volume 3, Issue #1, 2012
“What Madame Lipsky Wanted” in Good Housekeeping, January 2005
“All Life’s Grandeur” in Prairie Schooner, Summer 2004
“Calamity” in AGNI online, July 2003
“The Man from Allston Electric” in AGNI no. 55, 2002
“Seeing” in Missouri Review, vol. xxiv, no.2, 2001
“Serenade” in Missouri Review, vol. xxiii, 2000
“Sunshine Cleaners” in Michigan Quarterly Review, vol. xxxix, no. 1, Winter 2000
“Snapshots” in The Literary Review, vol. 42, no. 4, Summer 1999
“The Business of Love” in Virginia Quarterly Review, vol. 75, no. 2, Spring 1999
“Alabaster Doesn’t Count” in Bellowing Ark, September/October 1996 

Essays

“The Calm Before the Calm,” Poets & Writers, May/June 2013, p. 37-39.
“The Art of Reading Gina Berriault,” Poets & Writers, Sept/Oct 2012, p. 33-39.
“Biography of a Novel,” Fusion: A Global Forum, Volume 3, Issue # 1, 2012, p. 186-88.
“The Other Daphne: Du Maurier’s Short Stories,” Memorious.org, Sept. 7, 2010
“Narration and ‘Psychic Distance’” in Now Write! (Penguin 2006) pp. 78-81, S. Ellis, ed.
“Recommendation: the Stories of Gina Berriault,” Post Road 11, Fall 2005, pp. 31-32.
Mavis Gallant interview, The Art of Fiction no. 160, Paris Review #153, Winter 1999

Book Reviews

New York Times Book Review:
“Was It Any Use? Donal Ryan’s ‘Spinning Heart,'” March 21, 2014
Tottenville Review:
“The Kids Are Alright” on a novel by Sarah Braunstein, #4, 2011
“Journey to the Center of a Character” on a novella by Tony Tulathimutte, #3, 2011
“All That Work and Still No Boys” on a story collection by Kathryn Ma, Issue #2, 2010
“The Delighted States” on a nonfiction book by Adam Thirlwell, Issue #1, 2010
Vassar Quarterly:
“Exploring the Bear Essentials in Oregon” review of The Bear Essential, Winter 1995
“The Poetry of a Translation” review of poetry by Marcello Fabbri, Summer 1996

Poetry Translation

Partisan Review:  translations from the Hungarian of poems by Attila Jozsef (vol. lxiii, no. 3, Summer 1996)