IS THAT ALL THERE IS? Awst Press, September, 2022

NINE TIMES GRETCHEN KING IS MISTAKEN, semifinalist, YesYes Books 2017 Pamet River Prize


The endless idiot, Vol. 1 Brooklyn’s Sunday Stories, 2022

Small Talk, Fractured Literary, Best of the Net Nominee, 2020

But do they see you?, Little Fiction, Wigleaf’s Top 50 Longlist, 2020

James Monti, matchbook, Best Small Fictions Winner, Pushcart Prize Nominee, 2018

Eleanor Roosevelt, NOÖ, 2018

Orcas Terminal, Joyland, 2017

The country is bereft of deer, Nat. Brut, 2017

The Reader, Split Lip Magazine, Nominee for a Pushcart Prize, 2017

Five Stories, matchbook, 2017

Nine times Gretchen King is mistaken on July 12, 1980, Kenyon Review Online, 2016

You returned to your happy life, Nanoism, 2016

Bruiser, Olentangy Review, 2015

The Bluff, matchbook, 2013

Eldorado, Snake Nation Review, 2012

The Last Swim & Dear Wigleaf, Wigleaf, 2012

Christina Heppel, [PANK], Wigleaf’s Top 50 Longlist, 2011

Nothing Good Can Come of This, Goodnight Dogs, Necessary Fiction, 2011

At The Rose Festival, Istanbul Literary Review, 2011

Aunt Ginny’s Lunar Bash, Los Alamos, 1974, matchbook, Nominee for a Million Writers Award, 2010

His unconscious sister on the floor (She spread her legs and flew away), Nanoism, 2010

I don’t have a gun and I don’t have you, Storychord, 2010

Origin, Pear Noir!, Nominee for a Black Pear Award, 2010

Get Some Strange, Northville Review, “Inside Joke Explained,” Nominee for a Sundress Best of the Net, 2010

She hadn’t wanted one, Nanoism, Nominee for a Micro Award, 2009

Jim Leo gets a dog, Portland Review, 2007

Rod & Gun Club, Pindeldyboz, 2006

I’m doing nothing wrong, Mississippi Review Online, Music Issue, 2003

Three Shorts, Rocky Mountain Bullhorn, 2003

Essays and Interviews:

Zoom Face, Awst Press Essay Series, 2021

TueNight 10, 2020

Mini-Interview with Tommy Dean, 2020

Cate Marvin Discusses the VIDA Count & Counting Bodies: Notes for Further Consideration, PAPER DREAMS, ed. Travis Kurowski, Atticus Books, 2013