My story, “Exposures,” appears in the Spring 2015 issue of Barely South Review, which is published by the good folks at Old Dominion University. This story is a bit of an unusual one for me in that I wrote it “to order” for my sister, who wanted a story about a female exhibitionist and a male voyeur. “Exposures” is the result.
In a long overdue update, I’d like to share that my story “Woof Woof,” published in Bartleby Snopes, was nominated for a 2015 Pushcart Prize. Many thanks to Nate Tower and the rest of the editorial staff for acknowledging my work.
In other news, I have some other publications that are just about to go to press; I will post about them here when they come out. Alternately, check out my Recent Publications page for the latest updates.
I recently learned that the manuscript for my full-length story collection, titled Partial Stranger, was a runner-up in the Juniper Prize for Fiction contest, which is hosted by the University of Massachusetts Press. The first prize winner was Desert, Sonorous by Sean Bernard. Congratulations to Mr. Bernard! I look forward to reading your book.
A bit belatedly, but I have a story out on Bartleby Snopes, titled “Woof Woof.” No dogs were harmed, etc. But you can read it here! Thanks for reading
Happy November, word lovers. I have a poem out in Issue #11 of Tampa Review Online. It’s called “Heartland” and it may or may not be about Nebraska. Perhaps Floridians are curious about Nebraska? Funnily enough, I was born in Florida…how serendipitous. You can read the poem right here.
This week my story, “I’ve Got the Camera, You Bring Your Sisters,” appears at Necessary Fiction. Thanks to the editors for publishing it! You can read the story at the NF website, along with other great works.
The online version of my story, “Just Clay,” is now up on the website for A Clean, Well-Lighted Place. I believe the print edition comes out in September, but you can read it right now by going here. Thanks to the editors for selecting my work!