NYLON Guys gave my novel, IN THE COURSE OF HUMAN EVENTS, a great review in their April 2014 issue. 

This week Publishers Weekly gave my novel a fabulous, in-depth, starred and boxed review. 

This week Publishers Weekly gave my novel a fabulous, in-depth, starred and boxed review. 

That’d be me there near the bottom of the middle column. So happy my novel found such a great great home. 

That’d be me there near the bottom of the middle column. So happy my novel found such a great great home. 

My interview with Guillermo Del Toro, my second of the “Three Amigos” Mexican filmmakers (see archives for Inaritu). What an amazing guy! 

My interview with Guillermo Del Toro, my second of the “Three Amigos” Mexican filmmakers (see archives for Inaritu). What an amazing guy! 

For the latest NYLON I got to interview the lovely Elliott Holt, whose new novel, YOU ARE ONE OF THEM, is out soon from The Penguin Press. 

For the latest NYLON I got to interview the lovely Elliott Holt, whose new novel, YOU ARE ONE OF THEM, is out soon from The Penguin Press. 

For the March/April 2013 NYLON Guys I got to sit down (twice) with the indomitable Eddie Huang. The first time the food was on Cipriani in TriBeCa. The second, it was on Eddie (don’t tell anyone, but I enjoyed Eddie’s pork buns more). 

For the March/April 2013 NYLON Guys I got to sit down (twice) with the indomitable Eddie Huang. The first time the food was on Cipriani in TriBeCa. The second, it was on Eddie (don’t tell anyone, but I enjoyed Eddie’s pork buns more). 

The Dec/Jan issue of NYLON was dominated by low- and micro-budget indies like the incredible Pavilion, but it’s Caitlin’s hard-hitting review of On the Road that everyone will read first. Apparently the “that’s not writing, it’s typing” idea extends to the film version: “that’s not directing, it’s operating a camera?” 

The Dec/Jan issue of NYLON was dominated by low- and micro-budget indies like the incredible Pavilion, but it’s Caitlin’s hard-hitting review of On the Road that everyone will read first. Apparently the “that’s not writing, it’s typing” idea extends to the film version: “that’s not directing, it’s operating a camera?” 

I love the way this turned out! For TRUNK Magazine, I wrote a piece about both well known and lesser known (but not unknown, or known unknown) thriller writers working away across the globe. 

I love the way this turned out! For TRUNK Magazine, I wrote a piece about both well known and lesser known (but not unknown, or known unknown) thriller writers working away across the globe. 

For NYLON’s October 2012 issue I got to talk to Sean Baker, the puppet master behind the sly indie Starlet, featuring fearless model Dree Hemingway. I also toss in my two cents on Joe Wright’s fascinating Anna K, and 3, 2, 1 Frankie Go Boom. I’ll take uneven fun any day if I get to watch Lizzy Caplan on screen. 

For NYLON’s October 2012 issue I got to talk to Sean Baker, the puppet master behind the sly indie Starlet, featuring fearless model Dree Hemingway. I also toss in my two cents on Joe Wright’s fascinating Anna K, and 3, 2, 1 Frankie Go Boom. I’ll take uneven fun any day if I get to watch Lizzy Caplan on screen. 

Over “summer beer flights,” Scoot and I sat at a sidewalk bar off Court street in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn for two hours, talking about the extraordinary run of five big films he’s completed in the last year. It was a nice ‘n easy conversation. Scoot’s a cool cat. 
This profile will appear in the October 2012 issue of NYLON. 

Over “summer beer flights,” Scoot and I sat at a sidewalk bar off Court street in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn for two hours, talking about the extraordinary run of five big films he’s completed in the last year. It was a nice ‘n easy conversation. Scoot’s a cool cat. 

This profile will appear in the October 2012 issue of NYLON.