July 17, 2015

Helter Skelter

I just discovered that my short story "Helter Skelter" (which had been entered in a 2012 Readers' Choice contest) is still up (or recently put back up?) at the Country Roads Magazine's website under the tag 'Southern Literature.' It can be found near the bottom of the page here.

December 3, 2013

Wet to Dry

in the Fall/Winter issue of moonShine review (Volume 9, Issue 2), a journal of creative prose and photography.

My story is 2050 words; first version completed May, 2011, final version, September, 2013.

September 16, 2013

On a Swing & Pose

Two poems of mine in The Body Electric, an Ars Omnia Press publication, edited by poet and performance artist Aimee Herman. Also available at Amazon.

"On a Swing" first written March 6, 2011, and "Pose" (which started as prose) on March 26, 2010, its incarnation as poetry on August 24, 2011.

August 21, 2012


in Eighty Six Four Hundred, an Anthology of Time, from [Title] Publishing House, an initiative out of the Creative Writing Department, headed by Jim Blaylock, of the Orange County High School of the Arts.

Poem's first version, August 31, 2011; finished final draft, April 20, 2012.

July 25, 2012

Maintenance or How to Spend a Perfect Night in New Orleans

in an anthology called You Don't Say: Stories in the Second-Person published by Ink Monkey Press. Written Sept 8, 2009, significantly revised Sept 13, 2011, finished Oct 7, 2011. 775 words.

March 30, 2012

in The Mom Egg

a poem that was prose for a long time. Originally wrote the short piece some time between late July 2008 and mid-late August '08; changed into a poem Aug. 24, 2011 (12 lines, 88 words). It's now in the 10th anniversary issue of The Mom Egg, called "The Body."