Publications

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

CREATIVE NONFICTION

      • “Borderline,” Essay anthologized in Madonna Fans Do it Better, a Fanthology (Tookman Productions)
      • Swallow,” pioneertown
      • “Still Life with PTSD and Geese,” Bending Genres
      • Lifeguard,” Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
      • Winter,” Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
      • “Still Life with Writing,” BOXY Magazin
      • Walden Revisited,” Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
      • “Survivors,” TOSKA Magazine
      • Morning and Night,” Sugar Mule’s Women Writing Nature Issue
      • Up to Nothing,” Hamilton Stone Review
      • No One Watches the Old Lady Dance,” Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
      • Waiting for the Hurricane,” Platte Valley Review
      • “Tulips,” Superstition Review
      • “The Deer,” Eleven Eleven
      • “Into the Vacuum,” Prime Number Magazine
      • “The Bird’s Nest,” Damselfly Press
      • Forty-Six,” Ascent
      • “An Interview with Michael Steinberg, author, essayist and founding editor of Fourth Genre,” Writer’s Chronicle
      • “The Diversion,” Writer Advice
      • “Finding a Path Through Grief,” InterfaithFamily.com
      • “The Balance Beam,” International Gymnast Magazine
      • “Our First Seder,” InterfaithFamily.com
      • “When Life Gets in the Way of Planning a Wedding,” InterfaithFamily.com
      • “This Land is My Land, but Maybe Not Your Land,” InterfaithFamily.com

FICTION AND POETRY

      • “Past the Windows,” Spring 2024 issue of Dribble Drabble Review
      • “Figure Worship,” Alien Fetishes Anthology, Hiraeth Publishing, Spring 2024
      • Rising,” First of the Month: A Website of the Radical Imagination, Jan. 2024
      • “Learning Chess” and “The Unknown Soldier,” Fall/Winter 2023 issue of The Centifictionist: International Journal of Microfiction in 100 Words or Less
      • Go, Girl,” Bending Genres Issue Thirty-Five, October 2023
      • Their Own Heroes,” Friday Flash Fiction, July 2023
      • “The Place” and “Generations,” fiction, Spring/Summer 2022 issue of The Centifictionist: International Journal of Microfiction in 100 Words or Less
      • Party Clown,” fiction, The Drabble, March 2022
      • “By the Sea,” fiction, Spring 2022, Issue V of Dribble Drabble Review
      • The Giver,” fiction, Feb. 2022, Read in A Story in 100 Words
      • “First Light,” poem, Feb. 2022,  Read in  433
      • “Flight of Fancy,” poem, The Field Guide Magazine, March 2022
      • The Last Gift,” fiction, Friday Flash Fiction, Dec. 2021
      • Dark Night,” fiction, Friday Flash Fiction, Dec. 2021
      • Darkness,” fiction, Friday Flash Fiction, Dec. 2021
      • The Varmint,” a short story published in Connotation Press: An Online Artifact, in the November, 2017 issue
      • “Capture the Moon,” a short story published in Red Earth Review in the July, 2016 issue
      • “Who Let the Cats Out,” a short story published in Mystery Times Ten 2013 and anthologized in Nine Daily Lives, an October 2015 anthology from Prairie Rose Publications/Fire Star Press
      • The Old Man,” Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
      • “Jude,” short fiction, The Whistling Fire
      • “The Last Time My Father Screamed,” poem, Second Generation Journal
      • “You are so self centered you think only of yourself,” poem, In the Arts
      • “Ode to My Car,” poem, Void Magazine
      • “B.B.,” short story, Void Magazine

JOURNALISM

      • The New York Times
      • The Intermountain Jewish News
      • Trail and Timberline
      • Animal Life
      • The Jewish Chronicle
      • The Rockland Review
      • The Chatham Courier

AWARDS

      • “By the Sea” was chosen to be included in the “Best Microfiction 2023” anthology
      • Connotation Press An Online Artifact chose “Lifeguard” as one of the best creative nonfiction pieces of the year and re-published it in the August, 2017 issue.
      • “Fall (Barn Rising)” was a top 10 finalist in the Tiferet 2016 Writing Contest
      • Connotation Press chose the personal essay “Winter” as one of the best pieces of the year from Meg Tuite’s “Crazy Rabbit Review” column and included it in their August 2015 Retrospective Issue
      • Connotation Press chose “The Old Man” as one of the best fiction pieces of the year and included it in their August 2014 Retrospective Issue
      • A panel of independent readers and publishing professionals chose “Who Let the Cats Out” as the third place winner out of 200 entries in the 2013 Mystery Times Ten short story contest sponsored by independent press Buddhapuss Ink.
      • Connotation Press chose “No One Watches the Old Lady Dance” as one of the best creative nonfiction pieces of the year and included it in their August 2012 Retrospective Issue
      • Prime Number Magazine chose “Into the Vacuum” as an Editor’s Choice pick for the journal’s 2012 annual print edition.
      • Writer Advice, Honorable Mention, Fourth Annual Flash Prose Contest
      • Colorado Press Association: Third Place, Weeklies, Sports Column Writing
      • Colorado Press Association: First Place, Weeklies, Special Sections

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