“Repeater,” finalist in the Texas Observer Short Story Contest, 2018
I’ve been reading the Texas Observer for decades, and was thrilled to be recognized for this story. I was likewise honored to be asked to read it at the Texas Book Festival Lit Crawl, one of my favorite bookish annual events.
“Two Cowboys,” in the Tin House Open Bar
“The calliope crashed to the ground. The cowboys gaped.” I adore Tin House, and appreciate their appreciation of one of my weirder works.
“Glass Houses Make Good Neighbors” in New Dead Families
My first published piece upon my return to fiction.