Below you’ll find a listing of some of my published work that can be found online.


“The Bagman” – Yalobusha Review

“Flood, Rotunda, Ash” – WhiskeyPaper

“Field Vision” – Atticus Review

“Five Star” – Deep South Magazine

“Kudzu” – Ostrich Review

“Offender” – Steel Toe Review

“These People” – Fiction Southeast

“Dunn’s River Falls” – War, Literature, and the Arts

“Reform, AL” – Baltimore Review

“A Pattern of Chaos” – Best of the Net 2008

“Harrison’s Famous Pulled Pork” – 971 Menu

“The Eighteenth Hole” – Escape Into Life

“How to Dance With A Shorter Man” – Fiction 365

“Another Tree in the Weyerhaeuser Field” – Swamp Lily Review

“Sirens” – Superstition Review 


Creative Non-fiction:

“Snake” – New South Journal’s Micro Prose Series

“Sport” – Rappahannock Review

“You’re the Tower and I am Rapunzel, She Says” – Brevity

“Me and Travis McGee” – Pembroke Magazine

“A Brief Discourse on the Nature of Multiple Realities Inspired By My Two Year Old” – Gravel

“Taren” – Barely South Review


Craft Essays/Interviews:

Contributor Spotlight Interview” – Rappahannock Review

“Why I Write” – Fiction Southeast

“The Story Behind the Story: ‘These People'” – Fiction Southeast

“Scars and Dirt: Why I Teach the Modular Story” – Fiction Writers Review

“Burn it Down” – Passages North

“Speaking of Risk: Q&A with Michael Farris Smith” – Sundog Lit

“Speaking of Risk: Engaging Stereotypes” – Sundog Lit

“Speaking of Risk: Planning, Plotting, and the Unknown” – Sundog Lit

“Speaking of Risk: Repetition” – Sundog Lit

“Introducing Speaking of Risk” – Sundog Lit

“A Few Thoughts on the Nature of Earned Risk in Fiction” – Fifth Wednesday Journal

“Compression Statement” – The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts

“7×7 Contributor Interview” – Swamp Lily Review

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