• Adjunct Simulator

  • Portfolio

  • Interactive Serious Games

  • Read his writing…

  • Exchanges in the Crosshairs

  • The Next Bull

  • Supermodel!

  • The Plot(s) to Stabilize Venzuela

  • Internet 3.0 will start in the third world | 21cryptos

  • “The New Flesh” essay in Angel City Review

  • Awarded Art 365 Grant

  • South China Morning Post Reviews “A Grand Theory…”

  • The Stranger

  • A Grand Theory of Everything

  • Amazon Author Page

  • Short WIRED piece

  • My Grandfather’s Imposter

  • The &Now Awards 3 Anthology piece out now

  • Audible version of AMERICAN OUTLAWS

  • Amy McGirk at Circuit12 Contemporary in Dallas

  • News Mention in the GS Owl (Alumni Magazine for Columbia GS)

  • Amy McGirk featured on 108Contemporary

  • William Gibson Probes his Southern Roots

  • Beauty, Purpose, and Preservation

  • New Work in THIS LAND PRESS / Readings

  • Satan Comes to Oklahoma City

  • Heavy Heart, Empty Heart

  • American Outlaws

  • A (Quick) Trip Through Nepal

  • Wired: Interview with John Hanke

  • Dallas Contemporary

  • Amy McGirk’s Work in Art Focus Oklahoma

  • The Surprisingly Strong Case for Colonizing Venus

  • Oklahoma Today

  • WIRED: The Secret Rules of Asking for Money on Kickstarter

  • Through A Printer Darkly

  • Fear not…

  • Grainy Film Effect Photos on SteveHuffPhoto.com

  • Images from Yeti Holidays Trip

  • The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America

  • Art Focus Oklahoma

  • Confidence in Culture

  • Amy’s Studio (Detail)

  • Ghost Spotted in Tahlequah

  • Wired Magazine – Datastream

  • Confidence in Culture

  • Finalist for Alex La Guma Award

  • The State that Oil Built

  • Manhattan and the Mephistophelean Mind

  • At the Tulsa Death Match

  • INDIAN MADE FOREIGN LIQUOR

  • When the Rodeo Clowns Came

  • Event: Literary Death Match

  • On Bohemian Life in the Sooner State

  • Amy McGirk in the Tahlequah Daily Press

  • Three Buboes

  • Publications

  • Destination Oklahoma: Route 66

  • The Cheat Code to Life

  • The Great Spy’s Dream

  • The Splashy Debut Novel is Dead—Or Is It?

  • The Metropolitan Trilogy

  • Moore, OK Tornado Reporting Credits (i.e. not bylines)

  • Constitutional Crisis

  • North Korea’s Nerve War

  • Inside the Abattoir

  • Remote Viewing in the Sooner State

  • Remembering Life in Arcosanti, Paolo Soleri’s Futuristic Desert Utopia

  • The game of (not) life

  • Destination: Oklahoma

  • A Tale of Two Cherokee Chiefs

  • Inside the Abattoir

  • A Battered Bag of Memories

  • Silicon Valley: Literary Capital of the 21st Century

  • The Best-Yet List of Bird Names (not mine)

  • Writing and the World of Tomorrow

  • READING TONIGHT

  • STUXNET question

  • The Godling of Greater Kailash in “Manhattan” magazine

  • A Universal History of Online Iniquity

  • The Conspiracy against Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura

  • Dave Hickey, Art World Apostate

  • Roscoe update

  • Privatizing Paradise in the Murder Capital of the World

  • M.F.A. Madness

  • The Search for Serious Literary Fiction for Republicans

  • The Q&A: James Ellroy

  • The Damned Don’t Cry (But They Ought To)

  • The Smug Technocrats who will rule Tomorrow

  • Literary Magazines: Read all about it

  • The Case of the Radioactive Redhead

  • Common People: Class And The 80s

  • Requiem for Roscoe

  • NNATAN

  • Plongeur

  • The Romance of Mayhem and High Explosive

  • Google On The L Train: Sci-fi, Wifi And The MTA

  • Memory Scraped onto Landscape with Smell

  • Delhi’s Modernist Architecture

  • Our First Expatriate President

  • Nobody Wins

  • Kim Jong-un Contemplates His Failed Launch

  • GSAS Superscript – The Other side of Inequality

  • Translit is neither new nor subversive

  • It is better to be a contented cat

  • Diabolical women

  • The Different Dialects of Serial Murder

  • The Bank

  • Another picture from my collaboration with Jaret Vadera

  • WILL THE MAINE COON BECOME AN AMERICAN ICON?

  • Transparent Studio Collaboration with Jaret Vadera

  • Captain Samuel Clough on his Beloved Cat

  • KH-9 (Hexagon)

  • SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT?

  • About to migrate site…

  • New Tumblr

  • Thing Writing

  • Can you believe I work in a bank?

  • Student loans begin

  • Petty Gripes and Halloween Horrors

  • Wet Snow!

  • Fire!

  • Blue!

  • Armour Brand Desiccated Thyroid…

  • Fence Magazine story out!

  • Passed my MFA, Squelching Rumors

  • Marco Polo in Boulder, Colorado

  • Stage one of the ‘Middle Income Economies Microfund’

  • Pat Nixon in the New Yorker and Gettysburg Review

  • Listen to The Tramp Steamer in THE DRUM

  • The Earmen

  • The Last MFA Essay I Ever Will Write

  • Someday a real rain will come

  • A DOSE OF BILE

  • Dust Cloud Approaches

  • The Thirty-Third Internet Connection in New Delhi

  • Grand Hotel/Eelco and the Aggregate

  • Fiction Forthcoming in The Drum and FENCE

  • Writing for Machines

  • Multi-Phase Master Plan.

  • The Orange and the Grey…

  • Heat…

  • Micro Chunks

  • Imagining an Expat Aesthetic

  • White Whaling circa 2011… (Assignment for Prof. Shelley Jackson)

  • Number Stations

  • AFTER THE INTERNET WAS SHUT OFF

  • International Atomic Energy Agency

  • CNN’s First Broadcast

  • THE STARTER GALLERY

  • The Marquise

  • A false start (process, process…)

  • Rejection Statistics

  • AN ATTEMPT AT UNRAVELING RIDGEWOOD, QUEENS

  • Carbon Monoxide Scare II

  • Escape!

  • An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Paris, Skeletal Schematic

  • Exclusion Zone

  • COULD STUDENT LOAN DEBT SPARK INSURRECTION?

  • Carbon Monoxide, my old nemesis

  • Lenin the extension student…

  • Third Semester Begins

  • Motif Index of Folktales

  • Escaped Lettuce // Winter Cabbage

  • Third Semester Takeaways

  • SPARK GAPS AND CIRCUITS: PROBING THE HOLES IN FICTION

  • Thirty-First Birthday

  • Without a Phone

  • “I used to be a writer…”

  • BAPTISM BY SODA: A LOOK AT THE JUGGALO PHENOMENON

  • One Million Colors

  • Am now a 3QuarksDaily Columnist…

  • Striped Tie RIOT

  • HTMLGiant Blog post

  • Thought for the Day

  • The Prelude to Stuxnet

  • Broken Glass

  • Dominion (draft #1)

  • RIDGEWOOD ECSTATIC

  • Oil Code Thickness and Concentration Values scale

  • Fascism on the March in Sri Lanka

  • Novel Draft Done, Attempting Ground-up Re-Write

  • I’m gonna kill that woman

  • When I’m with you…

  • Tiered Rejection Responses

  • The Q&A: Tom McCarthy

  • The Enemy

  • McGurk’s Suicide Hall

  • Recruitment/Defection

  • Spies as Suicide Bombers

  • Cover//Approach

  • DDT

  • The Strait of Hormuz / The Strait of Malacca

  • Spam, Theatre-based Counter-electronics

  • Rig Names

  • It’s so wild. It will all end in tears.

  • Communities and Contempt

  • In The Red Room – Paul Bowles (re-re-reading experiment)

  • Takeaways from Second Semester of my MFA

  • Jim Shepard on Close Reading

  • Robert Coover

  • Martin Arnold’s Piece Touchee

  • Iran Israel Enrichment Face-off

  • The Q & A: Lorin Stein

  • Introducing The Flopp-V

  • Reading with emptiness/Entering the protocols

  • Listening Post / Rhodesia Independence

  • WHITNEY’S TEPID BIENNIAL

  • Interior, with cats x 2

  • Three Minute Fiction: JOYOUS TRANSACTION

  • Still Goddamn Cold Out

  • The Q&A: Sasha Grey, Performer

  • Prose Poem

  • WRITING PROGRAMME UPDATE

  • CAN YOU REALLY RANK WRITING PROGRAMMES?

  • WHITNEY BIENNIAL: THE LIST

  • My Muse

  • Second Semester of MFA Begins

  • Feral City Geopolitics and Chronology

  • Integrating TRIZ

  • Takeaways from Slushpile Sifting

  • Cleaving prying tentacles…

  • First Semester MFA Takeaways

  • Strange Breeds

  • On the accurate depiction of domestic animals: Felis Domesticus

  • Charles Saatchi Review

  • ART AND (GAUCHE BREACHES OF) ETIQUETTE

  • Highline Bandit

  • THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A HIPSTER KING

  • AN ARTFULLY DISJOINTED VENICE BIENNALE

  • More Intelligent Life Story

  • Knight Foundation Award

  • MFA Personal Statement

  • Play the News Game

  • Culture 11 Op-Ed

  • The Madness of the Upper Class

  • Yale Herald

  • Quantico, Virgina

  • New site for old Spectator clippings

  • Spook Country