Tuesday, November 18, 2014

working with global illumination to float a skeleton in a kitchen ok? ok. 


Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Set up a tumblr for my computer animation 1 students: Check ittttt out:

http://animalanima.tumblr.com/











Tuesday, June 10, 2014

TOCO is now available for pre-order! to have in hand on Sep 15th

dear friends,  my debut story collection is now available for pre-order on Amazon click here! 

I'm still getting used to the idea that it might one day exist, but it really is happening. I've been singing to FC2's tummy and we've been practicing lamaze and watching TOCO grow its little fingers and toes in the ultrasounds, and, well, soon it'll be sleepless nights and breast pumps then braces then dating then it'll go and have little books of its own and then death.

I hope you'll like it!

stay tuned for info on the dangerous book-tour/road-trip I'll be taking with my oldest-dearest friend Jordan Stempleman (whose soon too be poetry collection Wallop (Magic Helicopter Press) will be joining us)





Saturday, May 17, 2014


tentative plan to turn this into an art/lit review blog, starting with this relatively new book loot 


Thursday, May 08, 2014

Song 14, by Jordan Stempleman

Song 14 is now up at HTMLGIANT for the Poem a Day series.
I sculpted and rigged Jordan's head using Maya animation software which, if you're going for anything human, will inevitably end up on the creepy side.



New interview up at Route 9 Literary Journal
between me and the brilliant Jenn Mar









Monday, January 13, 2014

Read an interview between myself and Adeena Reitberger from American Short Fiction here!

Pick up a subscription to American Short Fiction  and get #56

My collection of short stories, The Observable Characteristics of Organisms, is due out in September with FC2






Monday, October 14, 2013

Ian Cheng

Interested in the work of Ian Cheng lately, maybe because I'm teaching Intro to Maya this semester and advanced Maya next semester. In any case, it is refreshing to see 3D technology applied in a context that isn't exclusively created for "animation entertainment" purposes. Read an interview with Cheng here at Bomb magazine




Liars -- Brats from ian cheng on Vimeo.