1/11/16 - Another excellent review of Everyone at The Wrath-Bearing Tree
"Hurt refuses to shy away from impactful and relevant issues, but he does it with humor, aplomb, and no small amount of grace."
11/20/15 - My story "Contract" was featured in "This Week in Short Fiction" at The Rumpus
"Like the rest of the collection [Everyone Wants to Be Ambassador to France], 'Contract' is dark but funny, absurd yet sincere."
11/5/15 - A great review of Everyone Wants to Be Ambassador to France at Heavy Feather Review
"The collection owns the absurdity of its subjects, playing with genres and what makes stories 'real.'"
10/15/15 - Electric Literature reviewed Everyone Wants to Be Ambassador to France.
"...a delightfully strange and new thing, with layers hidden within."
10/13/15 - I was interviewed about Everyone Wants to be Ambassador to France over at Electric Literature.
9/14/15 - I made a French heavy playlist to celebrate the launch of Everyone Wants to Be Ambassador to France over at Largehearted Boy.
8/6/14 - Heavy Feather reviewed Watchlist
""What Watchlist does...is remind you that there are eyes all around, whether you can see them or not, and you can bet that one of them is pointed in your direction."
7/26/15 - Sabotage Reviews gave a thoughtful and enthusiastic review of Watchlist
"Perhaps, Watchlist, finally suggests, we in the West can never be truly alone and unobserved."
7/26/15 - Here's the cover for the Italian edition of Watchlist forthcoming from Edizioni Clichy
6/5/15 - Shelf Awareness weighed in on Watchlist
"A diverse and daring anthology featuring new and established voices with novel perspectives on surveillance."
6/3/15 - Tracy Quan talked about Watchlist on Hong Kong's The Morning Brew
5/28/15 - I was interviewed by my hometown newspaper, the Medina Post
5/15/15 - Lisa Locascio and I talked about Watchlist for Los Angeles Magazine
5/4/14 - The Catalyst interviewed me about teaching and writing at Colorado College
4/20/15 - David Abrams counts down to Watchlist's publication at The Quivering Pen
2/23/15 - Publishers Weekly reviewed Watchlist
"A boldly imaginative, diverse collection of 32 surveillance-themed stories from an international coterie of writers."
2/13/15 - The Rumpus wrote about Alissa Nutting's excellent Watchlist story, "The Transparency Project"
1/17/15 - John DeNardo previewed Watchlist at SF Signal