Four Weeks, Second Books

Displacement—my second book, a stand-alone, queer YA sci-fi novel—comes out in just four weeks and I’m both excited and very nervous. You’ll often hear people say that second books are a lot harder than first ones, and for different reasons. On the one hand, you’ve got people with agents and “Big Five” publishers (Hachette, HarperCollins, […]

A New Look

So I’ve decided to go for a new look for the site. The old one, if I’m being honest, was far too professional, and I didn’t want people to get the wrong idea. After a couple of abortive attempts (thanks for your input, friends), I’ve settled on the cartoonishly on-brand site you see here today. […]

It’s Been a Minute

Hey there, you lovely people, you. I haven’t updated this space in a while. That’s because that person in the photo there? That’s me, one week ago, having just finished defending my PhD. Things have been a little busy the last six months, and I’m finally reassembling my life back into something not totally geared toward […]


It’s official: MOUSE has “launched”! Yesterday, MOUSE—a novel about an autistic teen and his friends who’re given the unenviable task of Saving The World™—went live on Amazon (US and UK), Barnes and Noble (US), Chapters/Indigo (CAN), and through many independent local stores who use the Ingram distribution network. If you pre-ordered it, it should arrive […]