From Publisher’s Weekly’s review of Briefly Knocked Unconscious By a Low-Flying Duck: “The stories are endlessly relatable and their tellers are true masters of the craft, able to make you laugh, make you cry, and make you want to do it all over again once you’ve finished. This collection will demand, and receive, return trips from its readers.”

I did an interview at Fiction Writers Review about Briefly Knocked Unconscious By a Low-Flying Duck: “As the title suggests, the essays contained in the book are raw, startling, sneaky, and ultimately wondrous in their ability to move the reader. Emblematic of the series, the selections are varied and diverse, trafficking in such topics as parenthood, sexuality, and self-identity, each revealed slowly and with both the care of the written word and the impact of spoken sentence.”