What shows up in my fiction? The female body: desiring, multitudinous, unruly. The urban South: magnetic, confounding, unsettled. Jews, past and present. The shifting and contested border between “we” and “I.”

Where to find my short fiction: You can read “Paris Syndrome” in Jelly Bucket 12 (2022); “The Movie Version of Your Life” appears as an Editors’ Choice in Solstice: A Magazine of Diverse Voices (Summer 2021), and was a semifinalist for the 2020 Doris Betts Fiction Prize of the North Carolina Literary Review; “Cat Trap” was published in Salamander 52 (Spring/Summer 2021); “Summer Knowledge” appears in Confrontation 124 (Spring 2020); “Tiny Planets” was published in Issue 44 of Meridian; “Full Immersion” appears in The Main Street Rag 25: 2 (Spring 2020); “Q &A” appears in Issue 24 (March 2020) of Jewish Fiction; “Old Spiny Ridge” is in Issue 48 of storySouth; “Sugar Talk” was published in The South Carolina Review 52.1 (Fall 2019). “Little Hen,” appears in the Summer 2019 issue of Lilith and is included in Frankly Feminist: Short Stories by Jewish Women from Lilith Magazine;  “Cannula,” (awarded an Honorable Mention by Glimmer Train), appears in the Winter 2019 issue of Flyway: Journal of Writing & Environment. You can read my flash fiction piece, “Pilgrim Children Sing Hosannas,” in Sky Island Journal #4. Read my short story, “The Italian Dance” in Mud Season Review #30. (You can find an author interview here.) “White Tara and Good Saint Anne,” appeared in Kindred #12.

I’ve got other projects underway.

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