lisa, i appreciate your kind comment on "don't rub me out yet".
You are a good presence on this site. Thanks for being here.
Lisa - thanks so much for checking out my story! I'm so very happy to have found your work here - beautifully done. I look forward to reading much more. Best, Julie
Thanks Lisa! I just moved in NYC are you there/here?
thanks for the comment on my story Gardening, Lisa...
Lisa, great to see you here. And glad I can read more of your work!
I stop fighting...a touching story. Thanks for that, and for your comment on shelter storm.
Hi Lisa, thanks for the comment on What You Get. I'm reading through your stuff and finding a lot to like!
thank you, lisa! um, i am happy i made you uncomfortable! ok, i just sound like an ass.
Thanks, Lisa for the reads. I really appreciate it.
Lisa - so great to discover your work, and so excited to read more!
killer killer piece in kill author. i can't say that enough. and i lived in ohio for seven years of school so extra cool.
hey there, lisa, thanks for the fave of kind of natural. looking forward to reading your latest story once i get home from a reading tonight. you take care. d
Hey. I want to know you. Send me a note. Draw something of New York for me and I'll write you something.
It'll be like giving a mixtape to a stranger on the subway.
Your work is enchanted and enchanting--the graphic art as well as the prose--and full of surprises but always in the interest of conveying a truth: the flavor of grief or the clatter of language or the look of a mystery. Maybe 1910 was a good year for magical/visual writers.
Love the pots and pans drawing!