“On the Last Day.” May. Fiction, 100 words. Collected in 100 Word Story‘s anthology Nothing Short of: Selected Tales from 100 Word Story. Link:

“This Is Where We Are, Now.” December. Fiction, 100 words. 100 Word Story. Link:

“American Vintage.” December. Fiction, 2500 words. Winner of Villanova University’s 2017 Award for Creative Writing. The Blue Route. Link:


[necessary growth, both as a person and a writer]


“Sowing Season.” February. Fiction, 500 words. 365 Tomorrows. Link:

“A Tetraptych of Adhenonia in the Singular Year.” Spring/Summer. Fiction, 3500 words. Corvus Review. Link:

“@steroid.” October. Fiction, 2500 words. Bards and Sages Quarterly. Link:

“Ropes, Laces.” November. Fiction, 1000 words. Coffin Bell Journal. Link:


[more necessary growth]


“Nullo.” March. Fiction, 1000 words. Ghost Parachute. Link:

“Johari’s Mirror.” March. Fiction, 50 words. 50-Word Stories. Link:

“Failsafe.” March. Fiction, 50 words. 50-Word Stories. Link:

“From the Perspective of a Stargazer on a Clear Night (All Orbits End Up Arcs).” Spring. Fiction, 600 words. Gone Lawn. Link:

“Rumspringa.” May. Fiction, 300 words. Spelk. Link:

“Exhaust.” June. Poetry. Perhappened. Nominated for 2020’s Best of the Net. Link:

“St. Anselm’s Template for Breakup Texts.” June. Poetry. Dreams Walking. Link:

“I Shout From Atop This Bridge So That Later I Might Tell That I Have Shouted From Atop This Bridge.” June. Poetry. Neologism Poetry Journal. Link:

“Analects” and “A Dendrite Considers Its End.” June. Poetry. FERAL: A Journal of Poetry and Art. Link:

“Peak.” June. Fiction, 250 words. Longlisted in Reflex‘s Spring 2020 flash fiction competition. Link:

“Cellar Door (Orange).” July. Poetry. FEED Literary Magazine. Link:

“Reversal.” July. Poetry. Versification Magazine. Link:

“Stone Ghosts” and “The Boy Admires His Haircut.” August. Poetry. FERAL: A Journal of Poetry and Art. Link:

“A Mechanism” and “Repossession.” September. Prose. The Remnant Archive. Link:

“Swing.” September. Poetry. The Lumiere Review. Link:

“Diptych.” September. Prose. Stone of Madness Press. Link:

“Secondhand.” September. Nonfiction, 1250 words. Perhappened. Link:

“The Moon Left Me a Voicemail Last Night (and I Have Yet to Respond)” and “Planchette.” October. Poetry. Burning Jade Magazine. Link:

“Prague.” October. Prose. Variant. Link:

“Tastings.” October. Fiction, 900 words. X-Ray Literary Magazine. Link:

“Pincushion.” October. Prose. Rejection Letters. Link:

“Nineteen Reasons (Not) to Stay.” October. Prose. Schuylkill Valley Journal. Link:

“Your Cat.” October. Fiction, 1200 words. No Contact Magazine. Link:

“We Landed Sunny-Side Down (and Our Yolks Did Not Break).” October. Fiction, 500 words. Tiny Molecules. Nominated for 2020’s “Best Microfiction” award. Link:

“Lack Oswego.” November. Nonfiction, 1200 words. Nightingale & Sparrow. Link:

“Bio (Psi).” December. Poetry. FERAL: A Journal of Poetry and Art. Link:

“Eros Lusts” and “Slapstick.” December. Prose. Back Patio Press. Link:

“Off Samsa.” December. Prose. Stinger Stories. Link:

“Stall.” December. Prose. TunaFish Journal. Link:

“Until Death.” December. Prose. Flash Frontier. Link:

“On Dogs and Cats and Other Raindrops (Seven Micros).” December. Prose. Fairy Piece Magazine. Link:

“The Thing.” December. Fiction. Indicia. Link:


“And from His Grave a Rose.” January. Fiction. Ruminate Magazine. Link:

More, Italicized, and More, Sans Italics: Nightcrawler and the Two Kinds of Need.” January. Nonfiction. The Daily Drunk. Link:

“Various Constants.” January. Juked Magazine. Fiction. Link:

“The Sequel.” February. Re-Side Magazine. Fiction. Link:

“The Palindrome at the End of Hughes Street.” January. Variety Pack Magazine. Poetry. Link:


“The Highways that Divide Us Are Littered with Us.” January. Feral: A Journal of Poetry and Art. Poetry. Link:

“Boxcut.” March. Whale Road Review. Fiction. Link:

“Names.” April. Ellipsis Zine. Fiction. Link:

“The Wait.” May. No Contact Magazine. Fiction. Link:

“A Small, Solid Thing.” June. Schuylkill Valley Journal. Fiction. Link:

“Mugshot.” June. Tiny Molecules. Fiction. Link:

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