I’ve got a new story up at The Rumpus as part of the latest Readers Report on “Impossible Resolutions.” Here’s a preview: “The hike is to the top of Hill 88, a decommissioned military installation with a view of the bay. We both love a […]
My latest short piece is up over at The Rumpus. This collection was on the theme “Fall Back.” Here’s a peek: “She was studying acting and liked to practice improv in public. She’d say something outlandish and was teaching me to play along, say yes […]
I’ve got a new piece up at The Rumpus: “The sun is out and the blackberries on the bushes lining the road are shimmering like dark pearls. It’s August in the thirteenth year of my life and we are in Washington State because my grandfather […]
Free admission, free beer from Lagunitas Brewery, a reading by yours truly and a host of other fantastic writers at the next Quiet Lightning on Monday, May 4th. It’s going to be an amazing night. Check out all the details here.
The latest Readers Report is up over at The Rumpus and it’s all about chance. Here’s a preview: “Let’s say you’re walking down the street one afternoon and there, just at the corner of your vision, you spot someone you used to know. And when […]
Alex Peterson is a Bay Area writer and editor. His work has appeared in The Rumpus, Enclave, Passing Through, and sPARKLE & bLINK. He is a past winner of the Center for Fiction Flash Fiction Contest and finalist for the Zoetrope: All-Story Short Fiction Contest. His chapbook, Field Reports, was published in February 2017.