PUBLICATIONS


FICTION

“The Early Departure of Cameron Bailey” in¬†Berkeley Fiction Review, 2015.¬†

“Real Numbers” in¬†Word Riot, 2015.¬†

“Fear and Flesh” in¬† The Olive Tree Review, 2015

“Home, Sweet Humvee” in¬†Amoskeag Journal, 2014.¬†

“Beef Jerky” in¬†Philament, 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, 2011.

“Case Managing” in Confluence, 2009.

PLAYS

A Cross Section of the Hirschfelds, (2013), Players Ring Theatre, Portsmouth, NH.

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The Death of a Dragon Slayer, (2014), Players Ring Theatre, Portsmouth, NH.

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PLOUGHSHARES 

“Option B” for Ploughshares Blog, July 2017

“The Stranger in the Woods” for Ploughshares Blog,¬†June 2017

“The Great Green Room” ¬†for¬†Ploughshares Blog,¬†May 2017

“Atlas Obscura” for Ploughshares Blog,¬†May 2017

“Grit” for Ploughshares Blog, May 2017

“The Summer of Salinger” for Ploughshares Blog,¬†April 2016

IN THE NEWS…

“Teacher-playwright merges humor, drama” in ¬†the¬†Concord Monitor¬† ¬†June 19, 2014

¬†“Aaron Sommers and the Death of a Dragon Slayer”¬†¬†on NH Chronicle, Jul 28, 2014

ESSAYS

“An Uncanny May-December Romance,” in AGLSP Journal¬†2016.

“Emerson: No Rest for the Individual,” ¬†Coastline Journal, 2013.

“An Experiment in Misery” ¬†Coastline Journal¬† 2012.

“Why Leo Tolstoy Wouldn’t Supersize It,”¬†Coastline Journal 2009.¬†

 

 

 

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