Honorable Mention in Glimmer Train’s April 2010 Family Matters competition for the short story, “The Saint of Lost Things.”
Essays and Short Stories:
“If It Wasn’t for Sylvia.” Short story published in the Seven Deathly Soles Anthology, by 7DS Books. Purchase a copy here.
“Iron Shadows.” Flash fiction published in the Fall/Winter Issue of Rose & Thorn Journal, November 2012.
“Red Velvet Sunday.” Published in Flash Fiction Fridays (2012), an anthology of stories previously read on WUWM Lake Effect’s Flash Fiction Friday series (“Red Velvet Sunday” aired on February 25, 2011). Edited by Robert Vaughan.
“The Antagonist.” Flash fiction posted on Pam Parker’s blog, Finding Meaning with Words, April 1, 2011 (and that’s no joke).
“Writing Groups: From Pass the Prozac to Eureka!” Guest post on Lisa Cron’s blog, Wired for Story, March 16, 2011.
“The Streak, Mr. Duck, and a Vision.” Guest post on Beth Hoffman’s blog (author of New York Times Bestseller Saving CeeCee Honeycutt), under her Brava! & Bravo! category. October 2010. Web. Also published here, on Rebecca Rasmussen’s blog (author of the novel, The Bird Sisters, due to hit shelves in April 2011). November 2010. Web.
“In the Light.” This Human Condition: A Collection of Flash and Micro Fiction. Petal Pusher Press, July 2010. Ebook.
“Noticed. Religious. Old.” Alltopia Antholozine, Harvest Issue, August 2009. Print.
“The Lie” (p. 4); “First Lines” (p. 8); “Luck of the Draw – Cake” (p. 39); “Where I’m From” (p. 48); On the Fly: Stories in Eight Minutes or Less. The Lit Star Collective (with introduction by Ariel Gore), 2009. Print.
“Dirt Roads and Pine Trees.” Alltopia Antholozine, August 2010. Print.
“Interpreter Business Practices: Situational Effects on the Profession as a Whole.” Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) Views (Fall 2009): 49-50. Print.
“Professional Development: Meeting Change with Creativity.” Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) Views (June 2004): 81-82. Print.
Wells, Pete. “Cooking with Dexter: Beating Eggs.” New York Times Magazine. Web and Print. March 3, 2009.