Stories & Essays


“Insert Coin (0/2) in Queer Monsters (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2022)

A Change in the Weather” in Nat. Brut  (2020)

We are the three-hundred-year-old big bois of the sea and we did not come to play” in Electric Literature (2020)

Saga of Tom the Gator-Fiend” in The Spectacle (2020)

Crafting with Baba Yaga” in smoke & mold (2020)

The Rustle of Their Bodies” in Always Crashing (2020). Nominated for Best of the Net.

Riddle: Man to Fig Tree” in DIAGRAM (2020). Included in the Wigleaf Top 50 Longlist.

Ten Million Teeth: an Exhibition” in Passages North (2019)

Last Shop Standing in the City of the Dead” in Shirley Magazine (2019)

Special Delivery” in The Rupture (2019)

The Bone Desert” in Cartridge Lit (2019)

Bubbies vs. Crims: Deathmatch Vol. IV” in Cream City Review (2019)

The Albatrosses” in Fairy Tale Review, The Charcoal Issue (2018). Nominated for Best Small Fictions. Forthcoming reprint in Writing Fantasy Fiction (Bloomsbury Academic, 2023).

Prayer to St. Wilgefortis” in Gigantic Sequins 9.1. (2018)

Boy Bodies” in Entropy Magazine (2017)

The Oracle of Exit 24” in Necessary Fiction. Selected as that week’s fiction pick on Longform (2017)



If My Body Were a House” in The Rumpus (2021)

Greenest of the Green” in TriQuarterly 157 (2020). Nominated for Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize.

*B*U*T*T*S*T*U*F*F*” in Redivider 16.2 (2019)

Troubleshooting my Haptic C*ck” in Sundog Lit (2018). Nominated for Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize.

Genrequeer and Genderqueer in Alabama” in the VIDA Review (2017)


“Tiny Haunted Empires: Domestic Fabulism in the Home in Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky’s ‘Quadraturin’ and Kelly Link’s ‘Stone Animals'”. Connections and Influence in the Russian and American Short Story ed. Robert Hauhart and Jeff Birkenstein. Lexington Books. (2021) [PDF]

Contact Zone Earth: Power and Consent in Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe and Octavia Butler’s Lilith’s Brood”. Representation in Steven Universe, ed. John Ziegler and Leah Richards. Palgrave Macmillan. (2020) [PDF]


A Love Letter to Queer Southern Masculinities: Boys of Alabama in The Cincinnati Review (18.1, 2021)