His prose has appeared or is forthcoming with The Common, The Citron Review, The Olive Press, Psaltery & Lyre, City Brink, and Canadian Literature.
I particularly like how each essay ends with a brief citation to the original magazine and publication date (i.e. The notes allow for the puzzle of re-ordering the set chronologically and seeing O’Gieblyn’s thinking self at work over the course of the last seven years.
It also directs our attention to editorial participation.
Throughout, O’Gieblyn offers candid scenes from her faith upbringing.
“The End,” for example, opens with her family stockpiling food and water in preparation for Y2K.