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Short Fiction Published

"Estuarial," Sequoia, Winter 1985
"Starting Over," F.O.C. Review, Fall 1989
"Separate Quarters," Barefoot Review, Winter 1989
"Crossings," Crazyquilt Literary Quarterly, June 1990
"Cupboards," West Branch, Fall 1990
"Zum Alten Reh," Louisiana Literature, Spring 1991
"Volunteer Fires," Santa Clara Review, Spring 1991
"That Would Be Telling," Arnazella, Spring 1991
"Corners," Nexus, Spring 1991
"Enfilade Fire," Sonoma Mandala, Fall 1991
"Preservations of the Moon," New Orleans Review, Winter 1991
"Tiger," The Gamut, Winter 1992
"The Glass Harmonica," Cream City Review, Spring 1992
"Cubing the Course," Buffalo Spree Magazine, Spring 1992
"Unreliable Connection," Kiosk, Spring 1992
"The Troupe," Small Pond Magazine, Spring 1992
"The Petite Blonde and the Mail Order Man," Sycamore Review, Winter 1993
"Escritoire," Art Times, June 1993
"Weird Sleep," Oxalis, Summer 1993
"Delta Rain," The Tampa Review, Fall 1993
"The Stretch of Beach, the Empty Wind, and the Sea," Descant, Winter 1993
"Right of Way," Crucible, Fall 1994
"Brothers," Willow Review, Spring 1995, received award
"Try What Depth the Center Draws," Southeast Review, Fall 1995
"Lowlands," Westview, Winter 1995
"Behemoth," Georgetown Review, Winter 1996
"This and Now," Soundings East, Winter 1996
"Not Everything in Ruins," Wisconsin Review, Summer 1997
"Mountain Air," Licking River Review, Spring 1997
"Deluge," Eureka Literary Magazine, Fall 1997
"The Flower's Noiseless Hunger, the Tree's Clandestine Tide," Buffalo Spree Magazine, March 1998
"Edison and the Electric Chair," Mobius, Spring 1998
"Aspirin," Limestone, May 1999
"Robbie's Day," Hawaii Review, Spring 2000
"The Garden," Talking River Review, Winter 2000
"Edison and the Panama Exposition," Confontation, Spring 2001
"Simply Too Early," Fiction, Nov. 2001
"Catching Up," Greensboro Review, Spring 2002, received award and nominated for the Pushcart Prize
"Last Act," Other Voices, Spring 2003
"Night Fishing," Tampa Review, Dec. 2003, nominated for the Pushcart Prize
"Port and Starboard Liberty," South Carolina Review, Fall 2004
"Cold Front," Sou'wester, Fall 2004
"Watchers, GW Review, Fall 2006
"The Party," New England Review, Spring 2008
"Extended Care, New England Review, Spring 2009, received award and nominated for the Pushcart Prize
"The Setting Sun, and Music at the Close", Oxford Magazine, Summer 2016
"Drowned", Hawaii Pacific Review, Oct. 2017
"Moorings", Chattahoochee Review, Fall 2017
"Bicycles", Tampa Review, Mar. 2018
"Eating Chinese", Notre Dame Review, Fall 2018
"Inseparable", North American Review, Spring 2019

 

Short Fiction in Anthologies

"The Flower's Noiseless Hunger, the Tree's Clandestine Tide," 100% Pure Florida Fiction, University Press of Florida, Mar. 2000

 

 

Book Length Fiction Published

Way Below E, White Pine Press, Jan. 95

 

A collection consisting of two novellas ("Way Below E" and "Heading Towards Zero") and nine short stories previously appearing in literary journals throughout the country. Nominated for the PEN West Award, the Ernest Hemingway Award, and the American Book Awards.

 

 

Poems Published

 My Daughter," Chattahoochee Review, Fall 99
"Overseas," Texas Review, Summer 02

 

 

Miscellaneous

Blogs and Nonfiction

 

The Making of "Inseparable", North American Review, May 2019 

 

 

Member of the Following Organizations:

 

PEN America
The Authors Guild
Society of Forensic Toxicologists
International Association of Chemical Testers
Association of Writers & Writing Programs

 

Degrees

 

PhD. English - Florida State University
M.Div. Systematic Theology - San Francisco Theological Seminary
M.S. Forensic Toxicology - University of Florida
M.S. Forensic Science - University of Florida
B.S. General Studies - Portland State University

 

 

Listed as one of 7000 writing professionals in A Directory of American Poets & Fiction Writers, published by Poets & Writers, Inc. Listed in The Authors' Registry, The International Authors Index, and Literature Online.