Literary Fiction & Creative Nonfiction

"You. There. Now"

Published in Feminine Collective, June 2017.

 

"Settling" 

To be published in Appalachian Nature, West Virginia University Press, late 2017.

 

“Poet Wanderer”

Published in Claudius Speaks, Issue III: Buried, 2017.

 

“Ossein Pith”

Published in Eastern Iowa Review, Issue 3, 2017.

 

“The Die is Cast” and “An Apology Tour”

Published in Who Want the World Like It Is? A 2016 Election AnthologyBirds Piled Loosely Press, January 2017.

 

"Strangers On The Road"

Published in Circa, April, 2016.

 

Unanswered: An Essay on Research” 

Published in Copperfield Review, February 2016.

 

"Flight

Finalist for the 2015 Dana Award for the Novel.

 

"Settling"

Short-listed for the 2016 Colm Tóibín International Short Story Award, Wexford, Ireland.

 

"Way Out Farm"

Honorable mention for the 2016 Leap Frog Press Fiction Contest (for a novella).

 

"Dear John, I've Fallen for a Dog"

Short-listed for Fish Publishing 2013/14 Short Story Prize; published in Chautauqua (UNCW), Volume 11, 2014, under the title “Sirius.”

“All God's Children Gonna Take A Ride”

Awarded second place in the 2014 Virginia Golden Nib short story competition (chapter level); designated a “Highly Recommended” work in Ireland’s 2014 Sean O’Faolain International Short Story Prize competition; published in the Anthology of Appalachian Writers (Shepherd), Volume 7, 2015; nominated for a 2017 Pushcart Prize.

"Moving Day"

Long-listed for Anam Cara Short Fiction Contest (2012); published in Mom Egg Review, Volume 12 (2014).

"Into the Air"

Won first place, Writerhouse/C-Ville Creative Nonfiction Contest (2014), and published in C-VILLE WEEKLY newspaper.

“The Waiting Room”

Published in Mom Egg Review, Volume 13 (2015).

“John Harrington”

Published in Irish America magazine, Vol. 30 Issue 2 (2015).

“Watching—The Fall”

Long-listed for Fish Publishing Short Memoir Contest (2013); published in Portland Review, web feature (2015).

 

She'd Like A Fish, Without Water” 

 Published in The Washington Post, Metro section, “With Apologies to Art Linkletter” column (2008).