I'm a queer/Two-Spirit/Northern Cheyenne/white writer who grew up in Montana, studied film and gender at Harvard, and loves telling elevated, subversive, queer period stories: think millennial Merchant-Ivory.
My novel The Wasteland about T.S. Eliot coming into his own as a writer, penning his poem "The Waste Land," while conflicted if he can come out to himself won the American Fiction Award and the Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award in LGBTQ Fiction. It was a Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards and the International Book Awards in LGBTQ Fiction. Here's a review.
My debut novel was The Divine Proportions of Luca Pacioli. Here's a review.
The Judicious Use of Intangibles was published last year. Here's a review.
My TV pilot THE BARON about a queer Prussian baron who discovers that love is a battlefield when he runs into his ex at Valley Forge after being hired by George Washington — the daddiest founding father — to whip the fledgling American Army into shape made the GLAAD List and the Indigenous List.
My feature ROSALINE & JULIET about the queer love story behind Romeo and Juliet is Recommended on The Black List.
My short live-action film THE ROOF about a Two-Spirit, Northern Cheyenne teen who connects with their family and community, starring Phoenix Wilson and Wes Studi, is now available on Disney+
Representation: Gersh & 3 Arts