Publications

Fiction

“There is nothing about him that screams sailor to you, though you get the distinct impression that he has been drunk on a float trip down the Illinois River a time or two. You envy him immediately and his ability to be himself. Kids with western parents are ‘free to be you and me’—a luxury you cannot imagine.”
American Boy – Two Cities Review (December 2015)

“The librarian keeps getting closer and closer. My insides feel cold and empty, and I don’t feel like I’m a good big sister anymore. I don’t know what time it is, or when Mom will be there. I just want to go back into the library and look at The Boxcar Children books.”
The Library – 99 Pine Street (October 2015)

“I’d watch her brown hair blow across her face. Cory would say ‘Possum Kingdom’ and like magic the Toadies would play through the three speakers that weren’t busted.”
Possum Kingdom – Cheap Pop Lit (March 31, 2015)

Non-Fiction

“Hear ye! Hear ye! Through a process hithertofore unknownst to man, the hair of Mr. Donald Trump, the first of his name, has become a sovereign entity unto itself!”
Hear Ye! Town Criers! – The Spark: Alternating Currents (July 13, 2015)

Around Oklahoma

OKC Lifestyle

TheLostOgle.com

Oklahoma Women Bloggers

Oxford Karma

The Oklahoma Gazette

Communicating Culture: Puerto Rico Travel Writing

 

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