“Guava Summer,” Radix Media, May 31 2019. A speculative fiction chapbook: a private detective and his android companion watch as a presidential election in their totalitarian society begins to become the most unexpected thing a sham election can be—unpredictable.
"The Bleeding Room," Glimmer Train, Winter 2015, Issue 95. [Second place winner, Glimmer Train Fiction Open, 2013. One dark, collegiate summer . . .
"Twelve Years, Eight-hundred and Seventy-two Miles," Day One, 2015. [novella] Two brothers embark on a long road trip through the desert to observe their father getting executed on death row (I swear it’s sort of a comedy but not like an lol comedy)
"Whatever Happened to the Six Wives of Henry the VIII." Southern California Review, Volume VIII, 2015. [nominated for the Pushcart Prize] Henry the VIII’s six wives reunite in modern day Manhattan for an epic dinner.
"Crushed," The Pinch, Fall 2014 (34.2)
"Every Ghost Story is a Love Story," available online from Psychopomp, Fall 2016 (13).
"The Derecho," in Juked, November 5, 2017. A catfish catfishes a catfish.
"Grin and Bear it," District Lines, Volume IV, Winter 2017. Why I hate pandas.
"How I Afford Both Avocado Toast And My House," Medium/ Huffington Post, May 2017.
VONA 2017 (genre fiction)
Longlist for RopeWalk Press Editor’s Fiction Chapbook Prize, 2015, for "Bad Company"
Shortlist for Fiction Desk's annual ghost story competition, for "Every Ghost Story Is A Love Story," 2015.
Semi-finalist for Mark Twain Royal Nonesuch Humor Writing Contest, for "Jigsaw," 2015.