Tag Archives: Montana Quarterly

Duaine’s Last Rites

This article originally ran in the Winter 2015 edition of the Montana Quarterly, a magazine with which I’ve had a long association, first as a frequent contributor and now as a member of the masthead (design director). If you’re a Montanan (present or in absentia), love Montana, or are simply interested in the culture and […]

Inside ‘Quantum Physics,’ Part 10

We continue today with the story behind the story on the 10th and final piece of short fiction from my upcoming collection,¬†Quantum Physics and the Art of Departure. To read previous installments, go here. COMFORT AND JOY Backstory: I originally wrote this story over the course of two days in December 2010 and published it […]

Inside ‘Quantum Physics,’ Part 4

We continue today with the story behind the story on the fourth piece of short fiction from my upcoming collection,¬†Quantum Physics and the Art of Departure. To read previous installments, go here. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS Backstory: Hoooooo boy. Where to start? The latter part of 2010 was a chaotic time in my life. I was […]