Fiction


"The Men of Minneapolis are Scared to Provide"

The women of Minneapolis are finding their men insufferable.

The full story can be found online in Kenyon Review Online.



"The Machine Became My Reader"

Victor DeMatteo flies to Mexico City in order to prove Eric Magnuson wrong.

The full story can be found online in The Collagist.



"The Dead Kids of Hennepin County"

The boy's mother assumes God is an asshole. The girl's mother says the boy is an asshole. The girl's father blames:

The full story can be found online in Paper Darts.



"God Only Knows This Is Nowhere"

A line of people, perhaps even friends, stand at a bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Some of them are even fashionable.

The full story can be found online in Burrow Press Review.



"A Little Farther Down the Road"

He ran away at ten years old, half expecting to be caught by the time he hit the state line at South Dakota. Maybe they'd catch on in Pipestone. Or even across the border at Sioux Falls. But nobody much noticed till he showed up in a Cheyenne diner with dirtied cheeks looking for a dish-washing job. 

The full story can be found in the 2013 autumnal issue of Camera Obscura.



"The Kids Don't Need Us"

Dried blotches of bourbon and vermouth on David’s button-down are hardly noticed; not with the sweat migrating down his belly in a salty V. 


The full story can be found in the Winter 2013 issue of Midwestern Gothic.


Earlier stories appeared in The Los Angeles Review, Jersey Devil Press, and Stumble.