Aren’t we all woven through with stories? Isn’t that how we think of our lives, how we survive them?
— Lidia Yuknavitch

Select Publications.

“Hot for Teacher” in the anthology Indelible in the Hippocampus: Writings from the Me Too Movement (McSweeney’s Press). Published in Longreads.

"Holy Body" in The Southern Review, spring 2018. Finalist for The Chautauqua Janus Prize. Best American Essays 2019: Notable Essay.

"Art Lives: Sarah Coleman's The Realist: A Novel of Berenice Abbott" in the Los Angeles Review of Books

"It May All End in Aleppo" in Arts & Letters. Winner: 2017 Susan Atefat Prize in Creative Nonfiction. Best American Essays 2018: Notable Essay.

“Peanuts Aren’t Nuts” in American Literary Review. Winner: 2016 Short Fiction Prize. Pushcart Prize nominee. Winner: 2018 Sunday Times Short Story Award.

“Mary Gaitskill in Love” in the Los Angeles Review of Books

“On De-purpling Your Prose” via The Center for Fiction

“Up in the Trees” in Indiana Review. Reprinted in Nowhere Magazine.

“xo, The Intern’s Mom” in The Rumpus. Reprinted in Reader’s Digest.

“Lunch in the Labyrinth” in Washington Square ReviewFiction contest runner-up. Best New American Voices nominee. 

“Parts of the Brain in Love” in Tampa Review. Danahy Fiction Prize finalist.

“Counterparts” in Fish Anthology. Third prize winner.