“The Last Gumshoe,” in Mystery Tribune, 2023.
“Nuts and Bolts,” in The Avenue Literary Journal, 2020.
“Lithium,” in the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, 2019 (pps. 38-39).
“Escape from the Planet of the Robot Monsters,” in NH Pulp Fiction Fantasy Anthology, 2019.
“The Early Departure of Cameron Bailey, (First Place in Sudden Fiction Contest)” in Berkeley Fiction Review, 2015 (Pushcart Nomination).
“Real Numbers,” in Word Riot, 2015 (Semi-Finalist in Best Small Fictions 2016).
“Fear and Flesh,” in The Olive Tree Review, 2015.
“Home, Sweet Humvee,” in Amoskeag Journal, 2014.
“Beef Jerky,” in Philament: A Journal of Literature, Arts, and Culture (The University of Sydney), in the Surface/Depth issue, 2014.
“The Last Millennium Monster,” in The Emerson Review, 2013.
“A Cross Section of the Hirschfields,” in Lifelines: The Literary and Art Journal from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, 2012.
“The Boy with the Million Dollar Sneeze,” in Vermilion Literary Project Magazine of the University of South Dakota, 2011.
“Case Managing,” in Confluence: The Journal of Graduate Liberal Studies, 2009.
Aaron Sommers-National New Play Network
The Death of a Dragon Slayer, ( Produced 2014), Players Ring Theatre, Portsmouth, NH.
A Cross Section of the Hirschfelds, (Produced 2013), Players Ring Theatre, Portsmouth, NH.
“Option B”, in The Ploughshares Blog, July 2017.
“Grit”, in The Ploughshares Blog, May 2017.
“Grunt”, in The Ploughshares Blog, July 2016.
“The Summer of Salinger”, in The Ploughshares Blog, April 2016.
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