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publications

Fiction

THE GIRL WHO TURNS TO RABBITS, Squalorly Lit, 2017

PIONEER WOMAN, Past Simple, 2016

LUCKY, Artful Dodge, 2016

SHE WANTS, SHE GETS, Sundog Lit, 2016

DAUGHTERS OF MONSTERS, Gigantic Sequins, 2016

THE REAPPEARING MAN, Revolver Magazine, 2015

ANNA GEORGE, Passages North, 2015

THESE 13 CERTAIN THINGS, PANK, 2014

SUPER, Kenyon Review Online, 2014

SCHOOL, Word Riot, 2014

WHERE DUST STORMS MAY EXIST, Anthology of Etiquette and Terrifying Angels with Many Heads, NAP Press

TELEPHONE: A STORY IN FIRST SENTENCES, Artifice Magazine, 2011

THE VANISHING HORSE, Noo Weekly, 2011

PANGAEA, Killauthor, 2011

THE ASTRONAUT, American Short Fiction, 2011

THE LOVE-HATE THESES, Phoebe, 2011

FOR GOOD, Pank, 2010


Craft Essays

DIVING INTO THE FAERY HANDBAG: ON FABULISM

Electric Lit, 2016

Fabulism makes the emotional reality the actual reality. It’s more real to confront your demons when they are in the room with you. So, you can’t escape. Amber Sparks writes that “It’s a perfect time to turn ourselves inside out by turning the world around us outside in.” Meaning fabulism privileges how it feels –it’s real because it feels real.