Presently I am writing a novel about a college-aged woman; her mother is also a central character, an independent, plainspoken woman who edits an eccentric journal that appeals to a mostly female audience. The first chapter, "The Goddess Complex," appeared in the Summer 2011 issue of Notre Dame Review.
I've also been working on the final draft of a novel about polyandry, the female equivalent to polygamy. It is set in Washington, D.C.
Lastly, I finished a second collection of short stories that focus on fame and its effects on the famous and their fans, The Virginity of Famous Men. The title story appeared in The Cream City Review, #31.1. Many of the other stories included in it have appeared or are forthcoming in Ploughshares, New England Review, storySouth, Barrelhouse, The Literary Review, American Literary Review, Pleiades, BLIP Magazine, and The Southern Review.
My agent is Lisa Bankoff, who is affiliated with ICM (International Creative Management).