Birdu Vanilla (365 Tomorrows — June 2019)
A new video game threatens the United States.
The Garden of Forking Palms (Mojave River Review — June 2019)
A man wakes up to find a garden in his hand.
Black Bear on White Paper (Literally Stories — February 2019)
Deep underground in an endless library, monks hunt down a bear.
Two Wings, Flightless (Kasma Magazine — December 2018)
A man in a ruined future must destroy a rogue hovership.
Good Fulch (Ripples in Space — November 2018)
Robots debate whether to terminate the last human.
House Divided (Z Publishing’s America’s Emerging Writers — September 2018)
A divorced couple splits their house interdimensionally.
Cuidado (Rue Scribe — August 2018)
A poem critical of female violence.
Boar Song (Ink & Voices — August 2018)
A poem petite about my wife’s mad laughter.
And We Who Never Died (The Tishman Review — April 2018)
In a world where the dead inhabit heirlooms, a family searches the house for the recently departed.
Nominated for Best Small Fictions.
Scarabaeidae (The Tishman Review — April 2018)
A poem comparing my marriage to the ecology of dung beetles.
When Men Came (Writ in Water — April 2018)
A medieval battle from the point of view of a tree.
An Old War Hog (Ghost Parachute — February 2018)
Surreal prose about a substitute teacher who’s a wild boar.
Saamiya (HeartWood — October 2017)
A young, suicidal Muslim finds solace in Lord of the Flies.
The Spheres (Theme of Absence — September 2017)
A toy store sells planets.
Dredge (Whatever Our Souls — July 2017)
A necromancer discovers he’s being hunted by a hero.
Flexible Groups (Defenestration Magazine — December 2016)
A classroom full of the gifted and talented must co-exist with a student who is useless.
Pink Pastures (365 Tomorrows — September 2016)
A city of pleasure is plagued by a swamp of flesh.