I read, write, and teach in St. Louis, Missouri. I have volunteered for Tin House, McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, and Hunger Mountain. I have edited two books on architecture, Lina Bo Bardi (Yale, 2013) and the Lina Bo Bardi-Albert Frey Exhibition Catalogue, In Search for a Living Architecture (Prestel, 2017). I served as the assistant editor for creative nonfiction at Anomaly (fka Drunken Boat) an online literary journal of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, for Issues 24 and 25. While there, I also curated “Home,” one of the special folios for issue 24. In terms of writing, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Brevity, Fifth Wednesday Journal, The Carolina Quarterly, Status Hat, The Houston Literary Journal, and Red Claw Press have published my essays, poems, and stories.