I’m so pleased that the Los Angeles Review has published “The Last Remembered Intersection” While TLRI functions as a standalone story, it really comes from the novel, which brings up really odd challenges about how to write both for a novel and for a discrete story entity. The exigencies of academia, which require regular publishing, must weigh heavily on such aesthetic decisions, and I wonder how many academics write novels that could be considered tightly coupled stories, not simply as a response to the demands of larger marketplaces, but as a response to the professional need to publish small projects while concurrently working on (and publishing) big projects. Thoughts?

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