By genre and publication date:



Notre Dame Review, “Like a Stage Set, Still” (forthcoming)

Zone 3  (Issue 32.2), “Rose Horn”

Cider Press Review  (Issue 19.2),  “On the Balcony

Hawaii Pacific Review  (2017),  “Bare Necessities

Gargoyle Magazine  (Issue 65),  “Flinging Superstitions

Lunch Ticket  (Winter/Spring 2017),  Fat Tuesday in Samsara


Barely South Review,  “The Lump” (forthcoming)

Bayou Magazine,  “Crumbs and Porcelain Cup” (forthcoming)

Front Porch  (Issue 36), “Shifted

Watershed Review (Fall 2016), “Secret Convention

Great Jones Street  (2016), “MorningLark35 Sent You a Message on

Great Jones Street  (2016), “Budget Flight on Christmas Day

storySouth  (Issue 41), “One of the Men

Fiction Southeast  (2015),  “Fingers Hooked

Midway Journal  (Issue 9.4),  “Photo Attachments for the Power Plant

Your Impossible Voice  (Issue 8),  “On a Flight to Singapore for a Weekend Shopping Trip”

Your Impossible Voice  (Issue 8),  Lost Item at Sunday’s Ukrainian Day Picnic
– Reprinted in Great Jones Street

Restless  (2014),  “On the Dalmatian Coast

Quarter After Eight  (Issue 21),  Text Message: University Crime Alert

The Cortland Review  (Winter 2014 Feature),  “The Accident
– Nominated for the Pushcart Prize

Atticus Review  (Reverb Issue),  Down into Sarajevo

Monkeybicycle  (2014),  Soap Bubble Words
– Nominated for the 2015 storySouth Million Writers Award

3Elements Review  (Stories from Art),  Elevator

The Greensboro Review  (Issue 91),  “In the Baščaršija Quarter”
– Nominated for the Pushcart Prize


War, Literature & the Arts, “No Firm Ground” (forthcoming)

Storm Cellar  (Issue 6.2),  “Sarajevo on the Phone”

Fanzine  (2016),  “In Search of Duende: A Memoir of the Bosnian War

Hobart  (2015),  “Soul Retrieval in the Southwest

Prick of the Spindle  (Issue 8.2),  The Virgin


Indiana Review  (Issue 34.2),  “Review of Shannon Cain’s The Necessity of Certain Behaviors”

Indiana Review  (Issue 33.2),  “Review of Lidia Yuknavitch’s The Chronology of Water”

Indiana Review  (Issue 33.1),  “Review of Eileen Barrett and Ruth O. Saxton’s Approaches to Teaching Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway”