It Came from the Bottom of the Lake (1954), at Fractured Literary (August 2020)

Emmy Vs. the Bellies, at Hobart (July 2020)

You Don’t Know What’s Important Yet, at Lost Balloon (May 2020)

Nothing is Ever Missing in the Town of Missing Girls, at X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine, Boneyard Special Issue (October 2019)

When You First Meet the Telepath, at Jellyfish Review (March 2019) (selected for Best Microfiction 2020)

Greased Lightnin’, at Pidgeonholes (nominated for Best of the Net Anthology 2018 & Best Microfiction 2019) (June 2018)

Abstinence Only, at Passages North (selected for Best Microfiction 2019 & The Best Small Fictions 2019) (June 2018)

Say Her Name Three Times then Turn Around, in Black Candies: The Eighties (print only) (March 2018)

Now that the Circus Has Shut Down, the Human Cannonball Looks for Work (+ a postcard), at wigleaf (nominated for The Pushcart Prize 2020 & The Best Small Fictions Anthology 2019) (February 2018)

On the Line, at matchbook literary magazine (January 2018)

Chastity Belt, at formercactus (nominated for Best Microfiction 2019) (January 2018)

Patience, Patience, Hortense, and Wilbur, at Cotton Xenomorph (December 2017)

Goodbye Mary, Goodbye Jane, at Hobart (December 2017)

A Girl’s Guide to Being a Rhonda, at gravel., in collaboration with Amy Rossi (Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Fictions, 2018) (December 2017)

V-Card, at Paper Darts & In Shades Magazine (October 2017)

Final Girl Slumber Party, at Barrelhouse online, Barrelhouse of Horrors Halloween issue (Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Fictions 2018 & selected for selected for Best Microfiction 2019 ) (October 2017)

Koosh Motel, at Split Lip Magazine (nominated for The Best Small Fictions Anthology 2018) (June 2017)

Mayflies, at CHEAP POP (nominated for Best of the Net Anthology 2017, The Pushcart Prize, & The Best Small Fictions Anthology 2018; longlisted for the Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Fictions, 2018) (May 2017)

Pieces, at (b)OINK Zine (longlisted for the Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Fictions, 2018) (March 2017)

If Mary Didn’t Get in the Car at the End of “Thunder Road,” at The Mondegreen (February 2017)

The Creature from the Black Lagoon and Other Things I Wish My Boyfriend Would Call Me During Sex, at The Mondegreen (February 2017)

No One is Coming to Save Me, at Lockjaw, Vol. V (February 2017)

My Sister is Dead and Now Lives on the Moon, at Bartleby Snopes (December 2016)

She Feels Self-Conscious about Her Teeth, at Jellyfish Review, as part of the Lady Monsters series (December 2016)

Angel Peaches Baby Honey Sweetie Pie Sugar, at WhiskeyPaper (nominated for The Best Small Fictions Anthology 2017) (November 2016)

Rules, at matchbook literary magazine (nominated for The Best Small Fictions Anthology 2017) (October 2016)

What Didn’t Happen When We Watched Fight Club, at Chicago Literati (February 2016)

Field Trip, October 3, at Corium Magazine (November 2015)

Somethings are Easier to Explain than Others, Corvus Review, Fall 2015 (pg. 35) (October 2015)

Sorry About Your Dad, Corvus Review, Fall 2015 (pg. 35) (October 2015)

Guys I Dated While Pretending I Wasn’t in Love with You, at Maudlin House (October 2015)


The Bride of Frankenstein Considers Her Options, at Strange Horizons (June 2019)

Stephen Hawking Waits for the Time Travelers, at Pithead Chapel (June 2019)

Five Jaws Erasures, at genre2 (March 2019)

It’s Me, the Girlfriend from the First Part of a Rom-Com—You Know, the One the Guy Leaves for the Girl the Movie’s Really About—And These Are My Crimes, at Drunk Monkeys (March 2019) (finalist for Sundress Publications 2019 Best of the Net Anthology)

Candie Explains the Plot of Reservoir Dogs, Part 15, at Blue Fifth Review, the blue collection 8: Twin Peaks (December 2017)

Potential Energy is Stored for the Future, at (b)OINK Zine (winner of the 2017 Postcard Poetry Contest) (September 2017)

Yellowshirt Elegy, at the Barrelhouse blog (April 2017) (nominated for The Pushcart Prize)


#133: Bruce Springsteen, “The Wild, The Innocent, & the E Street Shuffle”, at The RS 500 (April 2018)

Barrelhouse Eulogizes 2016: Spyro Gyro and Salads, at the Barrelhouse blog (January 2017)

She Could Leave Herself Behind if She Just Ran Fast Enough, at The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts (October 2016)

“There Once was a Man from Nantucket:” A (Clean) History of Limericks, at The Spark (May 2016)