Publications

Recent

Bello

Alex had been drinking wine, enough that the lines of his wine glass had gone fuzzy. But that man across the piazza remained clear and resplendent.

And Ten More Years

Emery, Ren, and James, a thruple, are celebrating their ten year anniversary, but things are hardly idyllic or romantic. Audio play, Project Outbreak winner, May 2020.

The Greek Boy

Twenty-seven years later, shortly before your life, like a letter, was completed, folded up and sealed; before you left the dazzling amber shores of Celphalonia — you found the boy.


Fiction

The Blind Tattooist

“She named herself ‘Lucky’, because that’s what the men with the pipes had said.” |tap|, June 2017.

Like Dying

A man recalls a childhood incident. US Represented, March 2015.

They Are Life

A fearless woman and the power of language. US Represented, March 2015.

Nothing Beyond This

Love at the edge of the world. US Represented, October 2013.

Man To Man

Two ranch hands and the promise of sex. Cactus Heart Issue # 1, May 2012.

The Racehorse

A race against place and time. Copperfield Review, Spring 2011.

Knot

A child survives the death of his mother. Pieces on Paper, 2009.

Malcolm

A young man mourns his father. University of East Anglia Graduate Anthology, 2008.


Creative Nonfiction

Are You Fair?

A breakdown of the “get thee to a nunnery” scene written for layfolk. U. S. Represented, September 2019.

Dichotomous: An Answer in Two Parts

On teaching and writing, and the dangers which lie between. Réarrange, Spring 2012.

Nallyren

A meditation on bisexuality. University of Colorado Honors Journal, 2004.


Poetry

Memory in the Sands, Moon-Wolf, and Psalm for the Airline Stewardess

A small collection of poems. Women and the Art of Experience Art Exhibit, University of Colorado, 2003.


Theatre

Rex

An English innkeeper tries to deceive tourists concerning the site of King Arthur’s grave, with humorous results. Young Playwright’s Workshop, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Spring 2000.


Blog Posts on Writing

The Melody of Now

Whose Skin Am I In: First Person Present Tense

Hot Damn that Is My Jam: the Use of Second Person

The Pleasures of Discipline

Impoverishment

The Moral Responsibilities of Readers