Published Work

IN PRINT:

Creation,” a poem, appeared in the first issue of The Conium Review (Vol. 1 No. 1).

“The Slow Death Of Sight,” a poem, appeared in Issue #56 of Durable Goods.

The Marionette” and “The Poltergeist,” two poems, appeared in Issue#18 (December 2011) of Niteblade.

“Rails To Trails,” a poem, appeared in Issue #4 of Big Lucks.

“Harold Picks Betty Up From Visiting Her Folks In Portland,” a poem, appeared in the Spring/Summer 2011 (Issue #10) of Askew.

“The Teeth Within,” a short-short, appeared in Issue #10 (October 2010) of Kaleidotrope.

“Non-Verbal,” a poem, appeared in Volume 4: Issue 1 of Plain Spoke.

“The Bargaining Stage,” a poem, appeared in Issue #2 of 491 Magazine.

“Soul Sensing On The Morning Dew,” a poem, appeared in Issue #2 of Penny Ante Feud.

Bought Broke And Be Damned,” a poem, appears in the first issue (Spring 2010) of Poetry Quarterly.

Custodian On-Duty, Warren P, McGuirk Alumni Stadium, 4/10/09,” “Dawns Lost in the Fears of Others, Part III” and “Upstream,”  three poems, appear in the first issue (February 2010) of Beggars & Cheeseburgers.

Don’t You, Honey, Sugar, Sweet,” a poem, appeared in issue #7 of Breadcrumb Scabs.

It Was Love, You Fool!,” a poem, appeared in the (March ’09 #28) issue of Aoife’s Kiss.

A Roll in the Hay,” “ Crux of Habit,” “ Under the Rotor’s Whir,” and “ Slick Day’s Sunset,” four poems, appeared in issue #4 of Keyhole Magazine.

“Generations,” a poem, appeared in the July/August issue of The Blotter Magazine

“One-Year Anniversary,” a poem, appeared in  issue #3 of 34thParallel Magazine

“Worldviews on a Desert Trail,” a poem, appeared in  issue #4 of Kaleidotrope.

“The Guardian Angel,” appeared in the Feb. 2008 edition of Conceit Magazine.

“The Lasting Moment of Our End,” a poem, appeared in the 4th issue of “Gentle Strength Quarterly.

“And The Black Snake Smiled For Mary,” a poem, appeared in issue (# 3) of Kaleidotrope: a zine.

“The Golden Years” and “The Lack of Worry is the End of Living” appeared in the 13th issue of Tiger’s Eye: A Journal of Poetry

“Out of Natural,” “Psychic Pains,” and “What They Never Tell You,” appeared in the 10th anniversary edition (issue 40) of Black Petals Magazine.

ONLINE:

Fast, Furious” and “Acute Angles Of Ecstasy,” two poems, appeared in the issue #22 of Gutter Eloquence Magazine.

“We Pay In Dollar Coins“, a poem, appeared in  issue (#20) of Gutter Eloquence Magazine.

Clown Face” and “Topics Of Discussion,” two poems, appeared in Issue #18 of Gutter Eloquence Magazine.

“By The Busy Road” and “Soft Exit into Dawn,” two poems, appeared in the second issue of The Adroit Journal.

Our Once And Future Enemy,” a poem, appeared in the Volume 6 /Summer 2011 issue of The Aroostook Review.

By A Baker’s Hand” and “The Thing That Should Not Be,” two poems, appear in the July 2011 issue of Full Of Crow:  Poetry.

“The Rush To See The End,” “A Short Film Of Our Marriage,” and “Uncomfortable Silence,” three poems, appeared in the June 2011 issue of Subliminal Interiors.

“Out of Natural,” “In The Days When Blocks Were For Tires, And The Dusk Chose A Sideways Approach,” “In the Ghost Hours,” and “The Old Man’s Sweet,” four poems (Two previously published in SFW, One published in Black Petals, and One previously unpublished (In The Ghost Hours)) appeared in a special revival of Southern Fried Weirdness called: Southern Fried Weirdness: Reconstruction. Proceeds go to the Red Cross.

To You, Meatloaf,” a poem, appeared on 03/12/2011 at Clutching At Straws.

Man Before 30,” a poem, appeared in issue #10 of the Bicycle Review.

Decency In A Digital Age,” a poem, appeared in Volume 7.10 of Gnome: the Online Journal of Underground Writing.

Just In Case the Wife’s Tale Is Real: Advice for the Novice Adulterer Courtesy of Bob in the Meat Department,” a poem, appeared in issue #204 of Thieves Jargon.

For Winter” and “(Life) In The Fear Of Others, Pt. X,” two poems, appear in Issue One of Volume Four from Four & Twenty.

Consequences Paid in Full” and “Custodian On Duty, One Day Soon,” two poems, appeared in Issue #13 of Gutter Eloquence Magazine.

Halfway To Hell,” a poem, appeared in the JAN. 2011  issue of Underground Voices.

Once, During A Viewing Of Smokey & The Bandit,” a poem, appeared 12/19/2010 in Calliope Nerve.

“The Morning Before The Flash Of Winter,” a poem, appeared in Amphibi.us on 12/20/2010.

That Shadow Of Dust,” a poem, appeared at Unheard Magazine sometime between 04/11 and August 1.

Roanoke Dark,” a poem, appeared in the first issue of The Glass Coin. 06/28/2010

The Old Hag,” a poem, appears in Issue #20 (June, 2010) of Yellow Mama.

Every Day Less / Every Day More,” a poem, appeared in the first issue of The Glass Coin.  06/10/2010

It’s Not What It Looks Like” and “Little. Yellow. Different.,” two poems, appeared in the Summer 2010 issue of Red Fez.

For The First Time In The Long, Long Marriage” and “Aokigahara Souvenirs,” two poems, appeared in the second WHITE issue of Black Words On White Paper.

The Hardest Sport,” a poem, appeared in issue #132 of Zygote In My Coffee.

Unmarked Pavement Ahead,” a poem, appeared in Issue #9 (May 2010) of Gutter Eloquence Magazine.

Reserved For Two,” a poem, was published at Clutching At Straws on 04/16/2010.

In A Teacup,” a poem, appeared in Yellow Mama (Issue #19, April, 2010).

The Marionette” and “Newport Memorial,” two poems, appeared in issue #11 of Niteblade.

The Fire Some Men Walk,” a poem, appeared in the February 2010 issue of decomP.

The Names We Forget” and “A Slick Heart In Overdrive,” two poems, appear in the Feb. 2010 Underground Voices.

Advice For The Broken Hearted (Because You Think I Care)” and “Parity,” two poems, appeared in Issue #7 of Gutter Eloquence Magazine.

Clean,” a poem, appeared in Issue #9 (November 2009) of Ginosko Literary Journal.

“The Blackout” appeared in a special showcase of the Super-Short Summer Serial Challenge sponsored by Declaration Editing in October 2009.

It’s All Cool,” a poem, appeared in the August 2009 edition of Four & Twenty.

Ass, Eaten and I Did Not Put My Dick In That Woman, two poems, appeared in  issue #121 of Zygote in my Coffee.

Empty Box By A Busy Road” and “Nurses Stationed By Moonlight,” two poems, appeared in the May 09 issue of Pirene’s Fountain.

Like GLOW On A Saturday Afternoon” and “Murder For The Money,” two poems, appeared in the new issue (#3) of Gutter Eloquence Magazine.

The Annulment Simile” and “Wile’s Speech To His Troops Before Kissing The Cavern Wall,” two poems, appeared in the April 09 update at Thieves Jargon.

Awaiting Arrival,” a slice of flash, appeared in the Spring edition (Volume #26 April – June 2009) of Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal.

Two Poems, “On His Words” and “The Night The Mistress Went Missing,” appeared in the March 2009 edition of Four And Twenty: A Short Form Poetry Journal.

Hearts & Minds,” a poem, appeared in March 09 as part of their blog.

The Old Man’s Sweet,” a poem, appeared in the final issue of Southern Fried Weirdness.

To Forget Is To Forgive,” a poem, appeared at Every Day Poets January 09.

Bedside, Honeymoon, Peaks Of Otter, Fall, 1966, This Melody, and Whispers Just Below, four poems, appeared in the 1st issue of Bird’s Eye ReView.

The Rush of a Thousand Days to the Day and Thoughts On An Unpainted Canvas, two poems, appeared in the current issue (2.3) of nimble: the literary journal.

The Cross,” appeared on the site EverydayPoets Dec. 08.

After A Fight” and “Halfway To Heaven” appeared in 13 Miles From Cleveland.

A More Perfect Union” and “The New Nationalism” appeared in the November 08 issue of The Hiss Quarterly.

Awareness,” “She Sold Me On Abuse, And I Sold Our Temptations Out,” and “When Sin Shall Sift No More,” three poems, appeared in the (SEPT/OCT 2008 #36) of 63 Channels.  (Links Defunct)

Dropping on the Eve,” a poem, appeared in the August 2008, #109 issue of Zygote In My Coffee.

The Last Page,” a poem, appeared in the summer issue (#11) of Words-Myth.

In The Days When Blocks Were For Tires, And The Evenings Chose A Sideways Approach,” a poem, appeared in the Summer 08 issue of Southern Fried Weirdness.

Broken Subplot In The Scheme Of John,” “This Black Fear,” “That New Car Smell,” and “The Industry After The IPO,” four poems, appeared in the July ’08 issue of Underground Voices.

Dolly Parton’s Left Breast,” a poem, appeared on/in/about Thieves Jargon.  06/08.

We Danced Twice, Then She Left,” a poem, appeared in the Vol. 2 Issue 4 of Glassfire Magazine. 03/08.

Swapped Meat” and “The Writer Haunted by This New Beginning,” two poems, appeared in the current issue of Brink Magazine.

My cinquain, “The Art,” appeared in issue (Spring – #12) of Amaze: The Cinquain Journal.

Counterpoint” and “She Will Know the Name of God,” two poems, appeared in the (August 2007) issue of Red River Review.

Nocturnal Undertaker,” “Our Friend, The Chosen,” and “To Get Her,” three poems, appeared in the July 2007 edition of Static Movement.

Three,” my first full-length short story published, appeared in the January 2007 edition of Word Riot.

Slipping Guilt,” a poem, appeared in the Winter 2006 issue of the Loch Raven Review.

34-Counter” appeared in the October 2006 Issue of Valparaiso Poetry Review.

Sysco Quartermain” appeared at Southern Gothic Online in the Summer 2006.

A Connecticut Yankee in Kit Carson Court,”  a slice of flash, was published in the May 2006 issue of Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal.

Butterface” and “Home Opener,” poems, were published in the twelfth issue of Perigee: Publication for the arts.  “Butterface” was nominated for a Pushcart in the fall of 2006.

Fat Joe” appeared in the January 2006 edition of Underground Voices.

Four poems (Three apparently) appeared sometime after Katrina in Maverick Magazine.

I Want You to Love Me like the Angels, Eagles, Falcons, Freaks, and Philanthropists Do” was published in identity theory.

Enter Stage Now” appeared in the Summer 2005 issue of the online magazine JMWW.

“Coaching Inspiration,” a poem, originally appeared online in May 2005 at Opium Magazine.


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