If you’ve been here before, you might notice that the website is undergoing an overhaul. There’s a new layout, new pages for video and my classes at Cornell, a clearer list of books with links to buy them, and a twitter feed in the sidebar. The “read online” page is gone, but most of that content is available in Video Game Hints, which you can download in the sidebar. The rest I hope to post on a new page before too long. Thanks for visiting; please let me know if anything is not working right or is unclear.

I’ve got a new story, “Total Humiliation in 1987,” out now in the new Epoch, and two short-shorts coming out soon in the Los Angeles Review. My review of Chris Adrian’s The Great Night has just been published in the London Review of Books, and the 2011 Best American Nonrequired Reading is now available; it includes my story “Weber’s Head.” Finally, I’ve got a new story, “Cottage On The Hill,” in the new experimental fiction annual Unstuck.

Books: my next novel, Familiar, will be published by Graywolf in October 2012, and I am told that the Happyland ebook release is imminent. Fingers crossed on that. It contains a lot of never-before-published content, 30,000 words’ worth in fact.