Here are some of the stories I’ve written that have found homes. If you click on the title of the story, you’ll be taken to a new tab.
Fictional diary entries from the perspective of a data surveillance worker on an artificial island, or seastead, in the South Pacific. November 2014. Written as companion to artist Yuri Pattison‘s solo Free Traveller exhibition, which explored the tenuous promise of the unregulated Internet as a utopia and the corporate-private divide. The show wove in everything from footage from a Shinkansen bullet train ride and the Tropical Islands resort outside Berlin, to the 1940s novel The Invention of Morel by Adolfo Bioy Cesares.
Published in Conjunctions: 61, themed A Menagerie. Fall 2013. Published by Bard College and coedited by Benjamin Hale & Bradford Morrow. As of July 2014, issue is available for digital download through Open Road media as an e-book that you can read on all the devices. Preview of issue, with the table of contents of authors and poets, can be found here.
American Literary Review
Currently featured on Longform Fiction (companion of Longform), selected for inclusion July 2014. First published online at American Literary Review, journal of fiction, poetry and non-fiction of the University of North Texas. April 2011. Runner up in ALR’s 2010 Fiction Contest.
Published in Hunger Mountain, the VCFA journal of the arts. Issue 13. January 2009. Winner of Howard Frank Mosher Fiction Prize. Uploaded here, with permission of journal, through Issuu.
Published on WebConjunctions, the “innovative writing” forum of Conjunctions Magazine. December 2008. Available to read in full online.
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