I write about California, culture, literature, and contemporary/modern art in traditional or unconventional formats.
Previous publications include FLAUNT, PAPER, BUST, The Rumpus, Los Angeles Review of Books, and The Awl, among others
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Notable Literary Situations
Pushcart Prize Nominee for "Sociology of Containers"
Semi-Finalist. SLS Unified Literary Contest for Fiction
Finalist. Italo Calvino Prize for Fabulist Fiction
Selected Literary Publications
"New Orleans: A Guide." Entropy
"Mouth." The Rumpus
"Excavation." The Destroyer Magazine, V.1.2
“Excerpt from 1994." Thuggery and Grace, Issue #5
“The Sociology of Containers.” Versal, V.8
“underneath there is snow.” qarrtsiluni
“Horses.” Carve Magazine (December)
“Constructed Within for Healthier Living.” Past Simple (Summer)
“Crossing To.” (in collaboration with Melissa R. Benham), How2, V.2.2
“names for time sequences.” Blazvox2k4
“Excerpt from Anastacia.” Aught, 11/12
“Excerpt from Anastacia: A Film.” Can We Have Our Ball Back?
“textures of context.” Milk Magazine, V.5
“Album.” Bombay Gin #29
“January.” (in collaboration with Brian Evenson) Web Conjunctions
Selected Online & Print Article Publications
"A Series of Abductions, or Motherhood As an Elsewhere Place." Pastelegram
"Speaking to Author Carmiel Banasky on the Publication of Her Novel at The Broad's Cindy Sherman Exhibition." FLAUNT Magazine
"Aya Cash and Kether Donohue of 'You're the Worst' on Marriage, Friends with Babies and the Beauty of Brokenness." PAPER Magazine
"The Artist & Her Work: An Interview with Feminist Filmmaker Josephine Decker." Ms.
"Robyn O'Neil with Stacy Elaine Dacheux." Coronagraph
"Bringing Back Day-Glo and Blacklight: Then & Now."The Kind
"'Let's Ironically Move to Where Twin Peaks Was': An Interview with Eva Anderson." Fanzine
"Incremental Light: A Conversation Between Stacy Elaine Dacheux and Richard Froude." Dime & Honey
"The Rehabilitation of Tom Cruise: An Interview with LA Weekly Film Critic Amy Nicholson." The Awl
"Unconventional Foraging." Atlas Obscura
"Art as Social & Reproductive Science." enter>text: 3 years
"A Review of Kate Durbin's E! Entertainment." Fanzine
"Making True Things More True: An Interview with Dan Chelotti." Los Angeles Review of Books
"Open Letter to Los Angeles."Thought Catalog
"What Is Reflected / Where We Meet." Daily Serving: An International Publication for Contemporary Art
"P.S.1010: A Collaborative Presence Without Agenda." Mobilizing Ideas, The Center for the Study of Social Movements at The University of Notre Dame
"Photographing the Weight of Nakedness in Nudity." Beautiful / Decay Magazine
"Classic Memoirs and their Contemporary Counterparts." (with Paris Lia), Flavorwire
"Oprah's Top Literary Scandals." (with Paris Lia), Flavorwire
"Double Trouble: The Good and Bad of Literary Puns." (with Paris Lia), Flavorwire
"Required Reading: 8 Suprising Serialized Reads." (with Paris Lia), Flavorwire
"The Artist and Her Muse.” Language In-Form: Works by Wanrudee Buranakorn
“Shooting War: Truth & Technology in Combat.” Artillery: Killer Text on Art
"LSD, The Internet & Revolution." Artillery: Killer Text on Art
"Flower of Evil." BUST Magazine
"Assembly + Craft = Artifact." Venus Zine
"Back to Abstraction"
Dir. Matthew Quezada.
Winner: Best Documentary Short - Los Angeles International Underground Film Festival.
Honorable Mention: Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival.
Screenings: Passing Through at The Museum of Broken Relationships, Free Range Film Festival, Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival, Short Film Night at El Cid, I Present Two at Echo Park Film Center, SUPER TIGHT at Cinefamily, Women on the Verge at The Last Bookstore, Los Angeles International Underground Film Festival, Kitchen Table Gallery.
"Now And Nowhere"
Dir. Brent Bonacorso and Jesse Atlas.
Prod. Collaboration Factory.
Official Selection: Holland Animation Film Festival. Beverly Hills Film Festival. Malibu Film Festival.
M.F.A. Writing and Poetics, Prose, Naropa University, Boulder, CO
B.A. English, Creative Writing Minor, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL