I wrote the novel, Deuced, which was published in 2005. It's about media and identity, relationships and perception. Here's a review of Deuced from a British fellowship. Also, here's an interview. You can catch a peek inside at Google Books. You can find it Amazon, even Kindle-style for Deuced-On-The-Go.
I also participated in the Vermin on the Mount reading series in Los Angeles.
I also wrote another TLC piece called "Congratulations, You're the New Host of the Family Feud."
This isn't technically fiction, as it is explicitly autobiographical, but here is Society's Lady, which ran in Opium magazine.
I write under a slew of pen names on Mr. Judas, my online humo[u]r magazine.
Or tried to.
He wore clothes. Ate at the table. Used the toilet. Watched TV. One time he was even in a television commercial driving a car (he wasn’t really driving).
It wasn’t always fun living like a man. The clothes were tight. And he had to sit up straight. But Bonzo did it for a woman. A really nice woman.
They shared a bed. And antidepressants.
Then one day the really nice woman’s friend came by for a visit. The friend was Bonzo’s friend, too. But her new haircut made her look masculine and unknown.
Bonzo went bestial...
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