This list is freshly blooming. For copyright reasons, as well as to secure any future publications of work I send out to literary magazines, I am only posting links in which accepted pieces have previously appeared.
SHORT FICTION: “When They Float to the Top,” Storychord Magazine
POETRY: “Suburban Paranoia,” Poetry For The Masses
“Alien School Girl,” “Parting Gifts,” “Maintaining His Virginity Through White Magic,” and “If I had a Men in Black Memory-Erasing Laser,” Pear Noir! issue 6 (below).
“Throat” published in REAL magazine.
There’s a bird singing in my throat only I can hear; she asks if I would stay silent and transcribe for her. Today, she sang, woman, bake a pie while I tongue analogies. It didn’t exactly rhyme but good songs don’t have to. she said, what do you know about songs? I said, nothing. she was ready for a metaphor, and I turned a new page. She sang: a bird with no beak. “That’s no metaphor,” I thought. She said, what do you know about metaphors? A bird with no beak is bleak, she sang. (But, what do you know about beaks?) A bird with no beak is bleak and can’t speak, she sang. My pencil broke. The bird in my throat said, Woman, keep up. Don’t you know anything? “A bird with no beak is bleak and can’t speak.” I swallowed her and started singing.
“Sessions: A Black Room to Start,” Full of Crow.