Here, anybody seeking my online work can find it in one tiny, savory spot. Links below.
Faculty Page at Loyola University Maryland
"Hunger": SmokeLong Quarterly
"Conundrum": Omnia Vanitas Review
"Ghost Hunters": Baltimore's City Paper
"We Weren't": Flash Flash Click
"The Pond": DIAGRAM
"Copycats": Willow Springs
"A Murder in Four Shorts": TriQuarterly
"Her Last Friday": Rappahannock Review
"Blood": Black Warrior Review
"James Gatrell's Journals and Letters": Conjunctions
"The First Sign of Holes" and "Romance": Wigleaf (also a postcard).
"All This in a World Without Dragons": West Branch Wired
"Two Plumbers: A Love Story," and "Field Trip to the Last Museum": elimae
"Crossing our Communication Networks": Wigleaf
"Under the World": Harpur Palate
"The Glass Coffin": The Collagist
"Same Life/Different One": Web Conjunctions
A podcast of me reading "A Dainty Network of Bones" and answering questions about the story from the CityLit festival in Baltimore. Be dazzled by Jason Tinney's reading before mine.
One of Knox Alumni Magazine's "18 under 37"
Interview in Loyola Magazine by Ariel Genovese
Article on my reading at Knox in The Knox Student by Paige Anderson
On "A Dainty Network of Bones" which was published in PANK: Review by Matt Bell
On "The Safest Place You've Ever Been" which was published in Willow Springs: Write up by Dan Wickett.
On my story "A Glass Coffin": The Collagist, interview by Liana Iman
On my story "Europe": Published in a mini-book by Turtleneck Press
Someone voted for me for best dialogue writer...cool.
A recording of me reading "The Safest Place You've Ever Been" and Hemingway's "In Another Country" for the Knox Writer's House.
A review of Enter Your Initials for Record Keeping by Brian Oliu for The Hairsplitter.
On writing and my story "Copycats" for a Willow Springs' author profile.
On my story "There Isn't Any Ghost" for the Hayden's Ferry Review blog.
On Flatness in Fairy Tales for Volta (Make sure to read the whole feature--it's fabulous)
On Tom Franklin's "Alaska" for the Knox Writers' House
The saddest song I know: Wigleaf
Slash Pine Press (Current Editor)
300 Reviews (former Editor)
Fairy Tale Review (former Assistant Editor)
Black Warrior Review (former Fiction Editor)