Recent Print Publications

Potomac Review, Volume 64, Spring 2019
Precious Things

Her collection begins with a vibrating pleasure ring, and Susan keeps it secret. She takes out a P.O. Box the next town over, where the risk of running into someone she knows is low. She isn’t sure they’ll let someone under eighteen have one, so she shows them her sister’s license. They hand her paperwork, and she almost enters her own information before she remembers she’s supposed to be Sadie.

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The Northern Virginia Review, Volume 32, 2018
John Coleman

All day and night, he ran, stopping for short spans to rest, but he never stayed in one place long. In the distance, he heard hounds barking and pushed himself, fleeing through the day’s heat and the cooler light of the moon. He was heading north, guided by a rudimentary understanding of the sun and stars, but he had little familiarity with the terrain and found himself scaling hills and wading into swamps.

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Clackamas Literary Review, Volume XX, 2016
Creeper

Creeper is back again. He’s in the studio behind her. Alex can feel his presence even before he opens his mouth to speak. His presence is singular, unique, different from the men in the carpenters union that rent space in the building. He brings a coldness to the room, discomfort, and has since the first time he stepped through her door and she’d started to think of him as Creeper.

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Barrelhouse, Issue 15, 2016
Somewhere in London

This is one of those stories where you think you know the plot. One of those stories where the characters are dead and don’t know it. Only there’s no grand revelation here, no tacked-on cinematic twist to add melodrama. For they’re also living. They’re both alive and dead. But they aren’t ghosts and this isn’t a ghost story.

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Recent Online Publications

Barely South Review – Volume 10, Issue 1, Fall 2018
The Twos

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The Write Launch – Issue 13, June 2018
First Kiss

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The Manhattanville Review – Spring 2018
Cluster

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