But I invested in you! a review of Adelle Waldman's The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P. in the London Review of Books.

So Frank, a review of Karl Ove Knausgaard's My Struggle Volume 2 in the London Review of Books.

I dive under the covers, a review of Kate Zambreno's Heroines in the London Review of Books.

I hadn't even seen the Alahambra, a review of Ben Lerner's Leaving the Atocha Station in the London Review of Books.

Second Selves, a review of Adam Phillips's Missing Out in the New York Times.



From My Diaries (2006-10) in Alphabetical Order, in n+1.

Autofill Email to the Corner of the Kitchen, in The National Post.

How To Be Good When You're Lost, an interpretation of the I Ching with art by Ted Mineo. Published online and in print by the UK press, Visual Editions.

My Life is a Joke, published in The New Yorker.

The Humble Simple Thing, a cut-up story created with (and illustrated by) Sara Lautman.

The Cherry Tree, a short story published in The White Review.

Two Free Men, a fable published in an issue of McSweeney's.

Two Walls a short story.

Everyone Sees Through You, a series published in The Seattle Stranger featuring a bedroom scene, an attic scene, a bridge scene, a square and a desert scene.



Finding Raffi, a profile of the world's most popular children's singer.

Why Go Out? a lecture delivered at Trampoline Hall.

A Right-Sized Dream, an appreciation of Tove Jansson, first published in the Drawn & Quarterly 25th Year Anniversary Book.

Sick in Bed, a Recommendation for the New York Times.

Rox, an appreciation of my first mentor, Susan Roxborough

Down the Rabbit Hole, an oral history about a dangerous spot for birthday parties for kids in Toronto in the 80s. (The PDF attached is not the final version that ran in the Grid, but the newspaper no longer exists, and this is the last version available.)

Stealing Glances, an essay about eye contact in Spacing magazine.

Windows on the World, with Matteo Pericoli in the Paris Review.

A New Canadian Myth for New Canadian Times, on the blog Back to the World.

On The Subject of Artists Talking about Art, on the blog Back to the World.