Cul-de-sac (my debut novel!) – Montag Press, 2022
In which our suburban trauma is fictionalized and suspended in a gooey, bizarre stasis.
“Old Jo Has Always Delivered the Mail Around Here” – Meow Meow Pow Pow Lit, 2022
In which Old Jo delivers the letter for which you’ve been waiting.
“Library Paste” – HAD💀 , 2022
In which the librarian requests the patron’s library card.
“Child Lucia & Other Library Fabula” (my debut chapbook!) – Ethel Zine & Press, 2021
In which the logged happenings at the library are numerous and strange.
“The Stoat” – X-R-A-Y, 2021
In which we follow the soot-furred stoat.
“Estate” – Parhelion Literary Magazine, 2021
In which the family home is inherited.
“Our Dog Most Recently” – Milk Candy Review, 2021
In which our dog is stuck in a time loop.
Bonus: Interview about the story!
“From the Orientation Manual: Re-acquiring Missing Books” – Inside the Underground Zine, 2021
In which the new night librarian learns the ropes.
“Non-Place Cartography” – Screenshot Lit, 2021
In which we make a map of the places that aren’t.
“Ode to a dinosaur, gone from her cage” – Toho Journal, 2021
In which we remember the lost.
“Candlelit” – Breadcrumbs Magazine, 2021
In which they place the candles for the restaurant’s evening rush.
“Insulation” – Inside the Underground Zine from Jerks Productions (Issue 3), 2020
In which the insulation in the attic consumes Gretchen.
“Push to Exit” – Back Patio Press, 2020
In which admin installs a button in the workers’ break room.
“In Residence” – Coffin Bell Journal, 2020
In which Jordan enters the room beyond the library’s archives.
“Double Feature” – SORTES Magazine, 2020
In which Olivia and Cam meet Olivia and Cam at a double feature.
“An Ending” – Milk Candy Review, 2020
In which a kiss becomes connective tissue.
“In Spirit” – Twist in Time Magazine, 2020
In which Claudia’s spirit crawls out of her mouth.
“Did They Forget” – South Broadway Ghost Society, 2019
In which David forgets to bring the bones their salads.
“Tuesday at the Free Infusion Library of New Lawton” – Bending Genres, 2019
In which Gene works alone.
“We Understand One Another” – Breadcrumbs Magazine, 2019
In which we die on the trail to the movies.
“Belfry” – Teleport Magazine, 2019
In which we aspire to be the bravest bat and go just a little space mad.
“Chimera” – Temple U Libraries Short Edition Contest, 2019 *WINNER* (*runner-up*)
In which the chimera woman calls the library again.
“Trap Holds” – Twist in Time Lit Mag, 2019
In which we revel together in libraries’ past.
“Bio” – X-R-A-Y Lit Mag, 2019
In which Ernest Sheetz is finally published.
“Probably a doghouse, but I’m not sure since there’s no dog around” – Moonchild, 2018
In which we enter Silent Hill with Mr. Tsuboyama
“On the banks of my loving memories” – Pidgeonholes, 2018
In which a loved one is rebooted in their new robot body.
“Dallas in the Trees” – Breadcrumbs Magazine, 2018
In which two parents climb their son’s impossible treehouse.
*In my past lives, I don’t think I was a writer. I think I was a trash compactor.