Mädchenfänger, DIAGRAM

Boys, Boss, Florida Review


Spring/Summer 2019:

In the Burnpile Behind the Old Nobles House, Little Fiction/Big Truths

Two Truths and a Lie, Ninth Letter

Transitional Objects, Pidgeonholes

Body of Longing, with Dina L. Relles, Waxwing

The Parts No One Wants to Hear, Hypertrophic Literary


Fall/Winter 2018:

Kristine at the Gun Show, Superstition Review
[nominated for 2019 Best American Travel Writing]

A Little, A Ton, Barely South Review

I Don’t Know If I Am Real Without You, March Vladness

Territory, Fugue

Secretion, Longleaf Review

A Spectator Event and Take Me Anywhere, 45th Parallel


Spring/Summer 2018:

Tone, with Kevin Mahler, The Normal School

For Me Only, Gigantic Sequins

Bears Like Spectators, Chautauqua

New Dawn Coming, Noble / Gas Qtrly

Satellite Mind, Atticus Review

Good Guess, cahoodaloodaling
[nominated for 2019 Best Small Fictions]

Lanes, The Collagist/The Rupture

Surface Tension, Quarter After Eight

Brend Child Fur Dreadeth, March Shredness

You Entertain Rest, the museum of americana
[nominated for 2018 Best of the Net]

She’ll Only Come Out at Night, CHEAP POP
[longlisted for 2019 Wigleaf Top 50; nominated for 2018 Pushcart Prize]

The Rules, Atlas & Alice
[nominated for 2018 Best of the Net]


Fall/Winter 2017:

Slight, Crab Orchard Review
[named Notable in Best American Essays 2019, received 2016 Rafael Torch Award in Literary Nonfiction]

You, Prom, a Dance, apt.

Christmas Cards My Teenage Boyfriend Meant to Send,
Barrelhouse Online

Club Pines, New Delta Review

Speak, Synaesthesia Magazine
[nominated for 2018 Best of the Net]

16 on College Weekends, Gordon Square Review

I Will Not Die, For You, The Rumpus

Say No Nice, Storm Cellar


Spring/Summer 2017:

Matches, Lunch Ticket

Interloper, Critical Read

Good Sorts, Split Lip Magazine

The Things I Didn’t Know, The Bitter Southerner

In What I Have Done, Rock & Sling

Dominant/recessive, Sweet
[Artist Statement]



Remains, Tahoma Literary Review

Place Where You Live: Ralston, Nebraska, Orion Magazine

He Stopped Loving Her Today, First Class Lit