My Writing: Publications Fiction, Poetry, and Creative Nonfiction Other Creative Work Fiction, Poetry, and Creative Nonfiction Like many who edit others, I write too. Below is a list of my published creative work, primarily literary fiction and poetry. I am available to edit and provide feedback on short stories (literary fiction, horror), essays, and memoir. As a former reader for both a small press and a literary magazine, I understand what editors are looking for and can help you refine your work and make it ready for submission. Fiction: "Aftershocks" (Flash fiction). Atticus Review. May 5, 2020. "A Good, Sturdy Car for a Young Woman on the Go" (Flash fiction). Monkeybicycle. February 2020. (Online) -- Included in syllabus for Intro to Creative Writing, Miami University, Spring 2020 "Dolores Watches a Documentary" (Flash fiction). Necessary Fiction. September 2019. (Online) "Skin Tag" (Flash fiction). Bending Genres 8. April 2019. (Online) -- Included in Bending Genres Anthology, 2018/2019. "Do, Do, Do" (Flash fiction). Phantom Drift: A Journal of New Fabulism Issue 8. Winter 2019. (Print) "A Map of China" (Flash fiction). [PANK] 13. Winter 2018. (Print) "Saint Patient" (short story). Kaaterskill Basin Literary Journal 1.4. Fall 2016. (Online) (Nominated, PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Fiction Prize; Finalist, Howard Frank Mosher Short Fiction Prize) Poetry: "Landscape with Houses." Bracken VI. Fall 2018. (Online) "At Dusk" (includes audio recording). concis. Summer 2017. (Online) "Fat Bird," "The Place I Come to" (2 poems). The Fourth River 0.3. Fall 2016. (Online) "Welcome to Womanhood." Hysteria Anthology, Sable Books. Forthcoming. "Slight Breeze." Ekphrasis Journal Vol. 6 No. 4. Fall/Winter 2013. (Print) "Centinela." Solstice Literary Magazine. Summer 2012. (Online) (Finalist, Stephen Dunn Prize) "Hockey Rink." Slipstream 25. 2005. (Print) "Benediction," "Paranoia" (2 poems, featured poet). FRiGG Journal 4. 2004. (Online) "In Juarez." 88: A Journal of Contemporary American Poetry, Volume 1 (Hollyridge Press). 2001. (Print) "Risk." The Pedestal Magazine. 2001. Later excerpted in NewPages.com. (Online) "Chapter Eleven," "Sororicide" (2 poems). Freudian Shrimp. (Print) "Montague, Massachusetts." Poems Niederngasse. (Print) "Bang the Drum Slowly," "Milagra" (2 poems). 3rd Muse. (Print) "A Word from the Seated Bather." Iguanaland. (Print) Creative Nonfiction: "Leftovers," The Rumpus (Readers Report Back), 2011. (Online) Awards/Fellowships/Honors: Honorable Mention, Glimmer Train Very Short Fiction contest, July/Aug. 2018. Chapman University fiction workshop with Richard Bausch, 2016. Honorable Mention, Glimmer Train Family Matters contest, Nov./Dec. 2016. Nominee, PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Fiction Prize for Emerging Writers, 2016. Finalist, Stephen Dunn Prize – given by Solstice Literary Magazine, 2012. Finalist, Howard Frank Mosher Short Fiction Prize, given by Hunger Mountain, 2005. Other Creative Work Photography: Photo, "Book Barn." Non/fictioN exhibit on books in architecture, Moscow Book Fair, 2012. Screenwriting Awards/Recognition: WAY DOWN ISLAND. Inter-generational family drama set in Martha’s Vineyard. Semi-finalist, Chesterfield Film Company Writer’s Film Project fellowship competition. (Unproduced) DEERS! Broadly comedic eco-horror comedy script. Second Rounder, Austin Film Festival (sci-fi and adult/family categories); Top 10%, Nicholl Fellowship. (Unproduced) SIMI VALLEY (co-written). One-hour dramedy TV pilot. Winner, ATalent Scout Management original pilot TV writing competition. (Unproduced) Short Films: “The Demon Doily” – Short film about a bad romance. < $500 budget (over 5,700 views on YouTube; 91% Funny on FunnyOrDie.com). Sequel script and feature-length script available. I can’t shake this notion that all those sweet little doilies at vintage stores and flea markets are somehow demonic. The feature-length script is a comedic/supernatural take on romance, “women’s work,” and the hidden power of crochet circles. To learn more about my writing or to request creative work, contact me via the form below. Your name Please enter your name. Your email Please enter a valid email. Your message. Please enter a message. Please check the captcha to verify you are not a robot. Send Message Sent! Message failed. Please try again.