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Category: Fiction


I have published more than a dozen short stories, in Glimmer Train, Raritan, Confrontation, Construction, Failbetter, Northwest Review, Pank and Eclectica among others. Links to my published stories are below.

My story “The Physiology of Heartbreak” was nominated for Best of the Net for 2017 and received an “Honorary Mention” in Glimmer Train’s Fiction Open, as did my stories “Something is Terribly Wrong” and “The Story of Our Divorce.” “The Last Highway” was selected as a notable story of 2014 by the storySouth Million Writers Award committee. And my story, “Dear Mr. Sugarman” was a semi-finalist in Ruminate’s annual William Van Dyke Short Story Contest.

My novel “Crossing the Bar Road,” about summer houses and memory, based in a small town in the Canadian maritimes, is in search of an agent. I am about half way through a second novel, “Serafina,” which tells the story of a New England doctor discovering the story of his ancestor who left Vermont and ended up in Cuba where he had a several years long affair.