Editor, Along the Chaparral, UCR/Dept of Veterans Affairs. Pushcart nominee. Writer of the Hugo-nominated Pop Medicine column (2012-2018). Former professor at Shandong University. Associate editor of Sing - Poetry from the Indigenous Americas. Former editor of Future Earth Magazine and Platte Valley Review. Guest Presenter at Naropa University, University of California Riverside, and Harbin Institute. New visual album, low fruit, at https://bit.ly/2zvuzcs
Kodama Naoko’s I Married My Best Friend to Shut My Parents Up is a gentle, simple, surprisingly deep, and very queer comic about two friends, one a lesbian, one disinterested in men, who pretend to marry.