Storychord, Issue 64, 2013
A thing I’ve learned since moving here: according to everyone in California, earthquakes are not a good enough reason to leave. “I value temperate weather conditions over almost anything,” a woman told me, my first day in the city. Protests, I think, had stalled the trains in front of us. We were underground for two hours, waiting for the line ahead to clear.
ESOPUS Magazine, Issue 16, 2011
I wake up half an hour before Chicago, when a woman goes into labor. We make an emergency stop in Irving Park, near where I used to work, and where an ambulance is waiting at the station. The whole car listens to the baby cry for twenty minutes before the mother’s stretchered off. The woman across the aisle whispers, ‘That tiny person stopped a train.’
Don’t Worry About It, You’re Nowhere Near as Good as Them, So No One’s Going To Notice: An Interview with Miles Klee
As a long-time reader and admirer of Miles Klee’s writing, I’ve been continually transported by the enormity of his creative scope and the intensity of his attentions....His characters will charm and hurt you. The force of their emotions blazes beside the casualness of their cruelty. If these dynamics seem terrible and attractive, you may love Miles Klee’s writing, as I do.