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BOOKS:  

WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU IS WHAT'S WRONG WITH ME

DOCK STREET PRESS, October 2017

Available for sale from Dock Street Press

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NAKED ME, STORIES 

DOCK STREET PRESS, August 2014 

Available for sale from Dock Street Press 

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STORIES:

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"The Lands East of Here", in Glimmer Train

"My History With Careless People, and Other Stories", in The Masters Review

"The Evidence of Reno," in TriQuartery

"What's Wrong With Me is What's Wrong With You," in TriQuarterly

“Rough Cut,” in McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern #21 ***

"Arco, Idaho," in Ploughshares.

"The Land Line," in Phoebe.

"We Came South," in Story Houston

"Naked Me," in the The Chicago Tribune's Printers RowJournal.

"The Last Summer," in Detour: Writers In The Attic.

"One Thing To Take," in Revolver 

All Her Famous Dead,” in The Chicago Tribune’s Printers Row Journal.

The bluing predawn light pours in, peaceful and harsh. My headache feels like tiny soldiers marching around in my skull. I clench my jaw against it. We’ve been eating ugly little roadside meals, and drinking vodka and gin cut with Red Bull and Sunny D. Folded cans and cigarette butts and grease-spotted fast-food bags are tucked under the seats. Smelling the sweet rot of it, I feel we’re almost worn through. But touching my brother’s shaggy black hair and tanned neck, smelling the oily musk of him, it seems we still possess some momentum, and it’s right for us to be together in this place, in this moment, coming back here.
— What's Wrong with You is What's Wrong with Me

“Proof,” in Every Day Fiction

 “North,” in Handful of Dust

“Bunch,” in The Pinch.

 “Deep Down,” in Santa Monica Review 

"Tuesday," in The Strip

“False History,” in Bat City Review ***

Mr. Formal,” in The Greensboro Review.

“Where He’s Living Now,” in Hayden’s Ferry Review.

“Dentists,” in Chattahoochee Review ***

The Dirtiest Hamburger in the World,” winner of the Gulf Coast Fiction Prize ***

“The Temperature at Noon,” in cold-drill.

“So Many Same Things,” a poem, in Boise Journal.

In Ballard, a poetry chapbook, in cold-drill.

“Charlie Chuck’s Closest to the Pin,” a short story, in cold-drill.