Short Fiction

“My Fingernails are Haunted,” Black Lily (forthcoming, February 2024)

Brother and Not-Brother,” Variant Literature (Issue #17, Winter 2024, January 12, 2024)

My TV is Haunted,” Ghost Parachute (October 2023)

The First Girls,” HAD (September 9, 2023)

“Karol’s Cleaners Will Clean Anything,” Best Microfiction 2023 anthology (Pelekinesis, July 10, 2023)

“The Museum of Future Mistakes,” Juked (Issue #18, 2023)

The Museum of Lost Objects,” Maudlin House (December 29, 2022)

When Astronauts Landed in Our Neighborhood,” Okay Donkey (November 11, 2022)

Karol’s Cleaners Will Clean Anything,” Ghost Parachute (August 1, 2022)

Gramophone People,” Sledgehammer Lit (December 23, 2021)

Matchmaker,” Sledgehammer Lit (November 25, 2021)

Crayon Monsters,” Pidgeonholes Magazine (February 24, 2021)

“The Fortune Teller’s Grand Re-Opening,” Lockdown Literature anthology (CultureCult Press, December 18, 2020)

The Lake Will Provide,” Unbroken Journal (Issue 27, October 2020)

Wolf-Mother,” Ghost Parachute (August 2020 issue)

Nothing,” Tiny Molecules (Issue 5, June 20, 2020)

Bold New ‘Do,” X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine (May 29, 2020)

Dad Photos,” matchbook (March 9, 2020)

Conceptual Wedding,” Literary Orphans (Issue 39, December 31, 2019)

The Battle of Pioneer Place,” Collective Unrest (October 23, 2019)

The Last Dinosaurs of Portland,” Maudlin House (May 28, 2019)

The Fourth Attic,” Heavy Feather Review (May 21st, 2019)

The Dolls of 12B,” Parentheses Journal (May 19th, 2019, Issue #6)

Ring Restaurant,” Spelk (May 3rd, 2019)

Bridgetown,” Ghost Parachute (May 2019 issue)

Helium Cheer,” Pidgeonholes Magazine (January 23rd, 2019)

Sales Call,” Okay Donkey (November 2nd, 2018)

Hit Me Again,” Collective Unrest (October 31st, 2018)

Consider the Grease Traps,” Spelk (October 10th, 2018)

“There Shall Be Xylophones,” antinarrative journal (August 22nd, 2018)

Vision Quest,” Hobart, (July 25th, 2018)

The Renovation,” Paper Darts (August 22th, 2017)

Sharon’s Lover is Dissipating,” The Coil, Second Place “Luminaire Award” winner for prose (August 2nd, 2017)

Emergency Turnoff,” matchbook (July 17th, 2017)

Messiah Tortoise,” Pidgeonholes (May 2017, “VERDA” issue)

“Notice to All Zoo Patrons,” (b)OINK zine (March 2017)

The Devil’s Mark,” Psychopomp Magazine (Winter 2017)

“Tuxedos and Evening Gowns,” F(r)iction (Issue #6, December, 2016)

Hospital Story,” The Collapsar (November 7th, 2016)

Office, Itemized,” Maudlin House (August 17th, 2016)

There’s No Such Thing as Fruit Bats,” Animal: A Beast of a Literary Magazine (June 1st, 2016)

“Yelp Reviews from the End of Days,” the Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, tNY Press (April 22nd, 2016)

Kitten Egg,” Literary Orphans, (April 20th, 2016)

Sharon’s Lover is Dissipating,” Monkeybicycle (March 25th, 2016)

The Doctor,” Maudlin House (March 3rd, 2016)

Determining the Gull Bone Index,” SmokeLong Quarterly (February 15th, 2016)

Finding Moonlight,” The Molotov Cocktail (February 1st, 2016, “Flash Phenom” issue)

The Evolution of Apartments,” Please Hold Magazine (Winter 2015, “Home Issue”)

#BlackLivesMatter: The Movie [As Edited for the Big Budget Hollywood Remake],” Queen Mob’s Teahouse (December 11th, 2015)

Bomb Fragments,” Pidgeonholes (Volume 4, November 18th, 2015)

The Contortionist Visits the Zoo,” Cheap Pop (September 24th, 2015)

“Physical Therapy,” A cappella Zoo: Queer & Familiar (Autumn 2015, GLBTQ issue)

Evidence that Super Mario Bros. is the ‘Great American Novel,'” Please Hold Magazine (Summer 2015 “Games Issue”)

“Fossil Records,” The Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, tNY Press (June 26, 2015)

Plastic Cups,” Lunch Ticket (Fall 2015)

Burnt Snow,” Lunch Ticket (Fall 2015)

“Plastic Flamingos,” Extract(s): Daily Dose of Lit (May 21, 2015)

How to Win the Shit Out of a Writing Contest,” Queen Mob’s Teahouse (May 7, 2015)

The Pharmacist,” Juked (Mar. 11, 2015)

“The Grizzly Bear’s Cave,” Word Riot (Feb. 2015 edition)

“One Daughter at Four-Hundred Degrees,” NANO Fiction (Vol. 8, No. 2, 2015)

“Cheat Codes,” The Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, tNY Press (Jan. 28, 2015)

“Judith’s Best Friend,” Burdock Magazine (Issue #14, December 2014)

“Selected Excerpts from the Meticulous Accounts of Karina Petroski,” The Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, tNY Press (Feb. 15, 2013)

“Liberty Lane,” Involution anthology (Pink Fish Press, 2013)

“A Little House with a Frayed Wire Fence,” Line Zero (Vol. 2, No. 3, Spring 2012)

“Liberty Lane,” Line Zero (Vol. 2, No. 1, Fall 2011)