Writing

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A story a lot about how I think about the South: “The Birth and Immolation of a Southern God at the Hands of All” in decomP.

A story a lot about how I think about faith: “World’s Most Religiously Diverse Community in Small Georgia Town” in Paper Darts.

And an essay a lot about how I think about violence:  “The Thread of Violence: to Love and Learn from Guns” on the On Being Blog.

Fiction:

“‘Bozart’ Cohn’s Age of Tribes” in Cartridge Lit, October 2016.

“Why Can’t You Be True” in Auntie Bellum, January 2016.

“World’s Most Religiously Diverse Community in Small Georgia Town” in Paper Darts, November 30, 2015.

“Agni,” in Whiskeypaper, March 7, 2015

“Epistemology.java” in Cartridge Lit, December 15, 2014.

The Birth and Immolation of a Southern God at the Hands of All” in decomP‘s December 2014 issue.

“Hellmouth,”in Drunken Boat 19, under Flash Funny

“Judgment House” in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature.

“Blackie” in the Fall/Winter 2013 of Story|Houston.

“The Horses out Back” in Real South.

“Like a Burst of Fire,” from Songs on the Water, in Steel Toe Review

“The Last Thing to Go,” from Songs on the Water, in The Drum Literary Magazine‘s Issue 33.

“Songs on the Water,” the title story from my unpublished collection, in Rock & Sling’s Winter 2012 Issue.

“O’Malley” in The Phoenix.

Excerpt from Hammer Lane in Armchair/Shotgun Issue 2.

Essays:

“We’ve Lost the Modern Meaning of Glory” on the On Being Blog, May 15, 2016.

“The Thread of Violence: to Love and Learn from Guns” on the On Being Blog, February 3, 2016.

“The Silver Ring and the Ring of Fire” in Oh God, Oh God, Oh God!  Young Adults Speak out about Sexuality and Chrisitianity.

Poetry:

“The Old Story” and “In the Truck, in the Sky” in Chantarelle’s Notebook, Issue #15.

“Communion: MS VII” in The Phoenix.

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