Jeremy P Bushnell

I'm the author of two novels published by Melville House, The Weirdness (2014) and The Insides (2016). One's about the devil and the other one's about a magical knife. They're also both about everyday people making the ordinary sorts of mistakes that human beings make, with results that are tragic, comic, or both. A selection of some shorter work (essays, short fiction, and poetry) is here.

I teach writing at Northeastern University in Boston, and sometimes I give talks and readings other places.

In addition to my writing and teaching, I have a few other oddball projects going. I make abstract electronic music as one half of the duo Doubtful Forms and I make art out of digital glitches and xerox noise. I also run a strangely popular Tumblr where I post people-less shots from other people's films.

I take photos of books and urban textures and abandoned places.

In the past, I designed a post-apocalyptic tabletop game and recorded music as one half of a drone/noise band. And links to lots of other things I've done, past and present, can be found here.

If you want to get in touch, send me an email or find me on Twitter and say hi.