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Turning the doorknob: essays, stories, and poems
This collection of essays, stories, and poems is a broad exploration in persona, genre, and form. The individual human is complex, and this thesis embraces the complexity, even when the selves presented here, fully factual ...
(University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2013)
This collection of short fiction and plays represents an exploration of twenty-first century gay culture, viewed from the vantage point of successive lifestages: childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, maturity, and old ...
Assembling the Fragments: A Collection of Essays
(University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2015)
Grief and grieving hovers around this essay collection, both the author's grief over losing her mother and also what that loss meant to the other people in her life. An essay about the tragic death of the author's uncle- ...
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2016)
Ghosts animate the stories and essays of this collection in ways both bodied and disembodied—as loops, as refrains, as stories that can’t be outrun. Moving across time and space to consider collective memory in Cambodia, ...
I find it boring to write about myself. I think this begins with the fact that I do not consider myself to be an inherently interesting person. This isn’t a bad thing. There is no right way. For those of us non-interesting ...