PROSE & ANTHOLOGIES

Creative Nonfiction

What My Supermarket Means to Me

Published in Brevity Twenty

Where I wax poetic, avowing “…with all truthfulness: Stop & Shop is the commercial correlative of the Homeric Sirens, the slick Dorian Gray of The New World Order, the buxom Playboy bunny of groceries.” Read Essay

In the 70s Everyone, Including Mannequins, Had Nipples

Published in Hobart

“Once upon a time there was no sex, but sex was everywhere…” Read Essay

Short Stories

The Speed of Dark

Georgia Review, Summer 2009

Woman attempts to ignore an ambiguous diagnosis while making a sexual pact with her husband to avoid parental responsibility… Find Story

Half Lives

Georgia Review, Spring 2013

Teacher with a mysterious condition chaperones a school trip to the local nuclear power plant. Find Story

Being Stevie

Georgia Review, Winter 2014; Honored under, Other Distinguished Stories of 2014, Best American Short Stories

Stevie Nicks impersonator is faced with a decision. Find Story

Plural Like the Universe

The Southern Review, Summer 2015; Finalist, Chicago Tribune Nelson Algren Short Story Contest

Con artist convinces a couple she’s an artist they should invest in. Find Story

Not To Be Reproduced

Grain Magazine, Winter 2017

Art forger seeks love. Find Story

The Wanting Beach

Conjunctions Magazine, Fall 2018

Sisters stumble into endless wanting and must navigate a newly curious world. Find Story

Anthologies

Bared: Contemporary Poetry and Art on Bras and Breasts

Les Femmes Folles Books, 2017

All you ever wanted to know about tits.

Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies

Clemson University 2013

Shakespeare’s sonnet 39 in Jazz Age argot

Nasty Women Poets: An Unapologetic Anthology of Subversive Verse

Lost Horse Press, 2017

Lust unbound.

Mischief, Caprice and Other Poetic Strategies

Red Hen Press, 2004

Ars poetica with children.

Transition: Poems in the Aftermath

Indolent Books

My inauguration day horror poem.