Selected Work

Fiction:

“Subheading: Eloise,” The Honest Ulsterman, February 2017

“Méla’s Day Job,” Octavius, 15 August 2015

“The Sentimentalists,” The Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, Vol. 89, March 2014

Three works in Queen City Flash anthology, Dec. 2013

“The Window,” Traffic East 2012

 

Poetry:

At the funeral of an atheist I didn’t know,” The Public, 1 March 2017 (Poet and novelist Janet McNally selected this poem for her Judge’s Award at the 2017 Just Buffalo Member’s Contest.)

“Up Lethe, Down Lethe,” The Honest Ulsterman, February 2017

“American Oneirology: Exigesis on a Dream Journal” in Ghost City Review Vol. V, January 2017

Foundlings Vol. II

“Modern Love Song to the Summer of ’16” in Ghost City Review Vol. III, Summer 2016

“Zone 12 at Quarter to 6” and “Your Undivided Attention” in Ghost City Review Vol. II, Spring 2016

Foundlings Vol. I

“On First Hearing Brown Sugar by the Rolling Stones,” Slipstream Issue #34

“A Red Light,” Slipstream Issue #33

 

Essays:

On the value of Karl Ove Knausgaard – Traffic East January 2017

Giving in to the tug of Ireland – CNN, 21 August 2014

 

Articles:

The Skinny – clock all my articles and reviews for this UK culture mag here.

In handball, tradition holds court – The Buffalo News

Food, futbol, fellowship: Mes Que soccer bar – The Buffalo News

A lone gelato freak searches for the scoop on Buffalo’s best – The Buffalo News

Features on Alicia Malik, Ryan Mis, and Denn Rodriguez in Spark magazine Volume 1 Issue II and Volume 2 Issue I

Brendon Bannon’s ‘Nairobi: New Works’ – Buffalo News, 8 August 2013

Alicia Malik’s ‘Dust’ – The Buffalo News, 12 July 2013

The blue-eyed soul of Michael King – Buffalo Spree, April 2013

 

Book Reviews:

George Saunders’ Lincoln in the Bardo

Brian Castner’s The Long Walk and William Langewiesche’s American Ground

MK Asante’s Buck

David Gilbert’s & Sons

Colum McCann’s TransAtlantic

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