Stray” in Cream City Review, Issue 44.1, Spring 2020

“Daily Routine” in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Issue 64: Magic, August 2019

-“Waiting for the Rain” in Platypus Press shorts series, July 27, 2019

-“Anyplace, Wherever” in Cosmonauts Avenue, February 28, 2018

-“Flag Girl” in Joyland, October 12, 2017

-“Floor to Ceiling” in decomP, September/October 2017 issue

-“Our Wilder Selves” in Gigantic Sequins, issue 8.2, July 2017 (nominated for the Pushcart Prize)

-“New Look” in Limestone, Summer 2017 issue, April 2017

-“We Are Still The Mountain” in Tahoma Literary Review, issue 9, April 2017 (nominated for the Pushcart Prize)

Select Reviews & Interviews

-“Five Questions with Matthew Salesses” in TriQuarterly, forthcoming

-“The Vanishing Half” in the Adroit Journal, forthcoming

-“Imagined Genres in ‘All My Mother’s Lovers‘” in Chicago Review of Books, May 29, 2020

-“An Interview with Megan Giddings” in the Southeast Review, April 20, 2020.

-“Mining the American Mythos in ‘How Much of These Hills is Gold‘” in Chicago Review of Books, April 16, 2020.

-“The Cruelty of Busyness” in Chicago Review of Books, April 3, 2020.

-“Inside the Mind of an Executioner,” in the Southern Review of Books, February 24, 2020

-“Finding Florida: An Interview with Kristen Arnett” in The Southeast Review, October 7, 2019 (and in print in SER 37.2)

-“‘On Earth,’ Poets Can Write Masterful Novels” in Chicago Review of Books, June 17, 2019

-“An Interview with De’Shawn Charles Winslow” in The Southeast Review, June 10, 2019

-“Writing About the Beauty and Violence in Kashmir” in Chicago Review of Books, March 6, 2019

-“Editors Round Table: Submission Strategies” in The Southeast Reviews, December 17, 2018

-“Tracing a Lineage of Violence: Talking with D.M. Aderibigbe” in The Rumpus, December 12, 2018

-“The Complicit Audience: An Interview with Dana Diehl” in The Southeast Review, October 22, 2018

-“R.O. Kwon Doesn’t Trust Garamond, And Neither Should You” in Chicago Review of Books, July 31, 2018

-“Poetry as Creative Freedom: An Interview with Dustin Pearson” in Chicago Review of Books, May 24, 2018

-“There are More Than Six Ways to Tell a Story: An Interview with Matthew Baker” in Chicago Review of Books, April 4, 2018

-“What Permissions Do Poets have to Tell Someone Else’s Story?: An Interview with Devin Kelly” in Chicago Review of Books, January 12, 2018

-“Removing the Veil of Celebrity in Amelia Gray’s Isadora” in Kenyon Review online, October 27, 2017

-“A conversation with Michelle Ross” in The Adroit Journal 23, October 24, 2017

-“Cold Pastoral by Rebecca Dunham” in Colorado Review, June 15, 2017

-“Death By Scarf (And Other Tragedies): An Interview with Amelia Gray” in Chicago Review of Books, May 23, 2017

-“Book Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett” in The Masters Review, April 27, 2017

-“An Interview with Sonya Chung” in TriQuarterly, March 14, 2017

-“Ottessa Moshfegh on ‘Homesick,’ Free Will and Morality” in Chicago Review of Books, January 19, 2017

-“When the World Wounds by Kiini Ibura Salaam” reviewed in Necessary Fiction, January 9, 2017

-“Recommended Reading 2016” in Necessary Fiction, December 22, 2016

-“The Loved Ones by Sonya Chung” reviewed in Necessary Fiction, November 28, 2016

-“Review: Redefining Home in Allegra Hyde’s Of This New World” in The Adroit Journal, October 23, 2016

Essays, Articles, & Creative Nonfiction

-“The Promise of Werfel’s Musa Dagh: Portraying Genocide in Fiction” in The Rumpus, June 30, 2020

-“The Spatialization of Fiction” in Ploughshares blog, May 7, 2020

-“My Quarantine Obsession: Learning to Dunk” in Barrelhouse blog, April 29, 2020

Populating Fiction in the Age of Social Isolation” in Pidgeonholes, April 23, 2020

-Economics of Writing Spring Symposium, in Boulevard, Volume 35, No. 2&3, Spring 2020

-“A Day’s Waste” in Hobart, March 2, 2020

-“Bearing the Weight of my Grandfathers’ Old Clothes” in Longreads, June 14, 2019

-“Heavy-Headed” in Gulf Coast online, March 11, 2019

-“Animal Kingdom” in THE BOILER, January 28, 2019 (nominated for Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize)

-“Car Crash in Reverse” in Booth, November 30, 2018

-“Writing to Avoid Erasure” in Longreads, November 30, 2018

-“How Learning to Make Pizza Helped Me Train for a Marathon” in Entropy, September 24, 2018

-“Weighing the Costs – and Occasional Benefits – of Ethnic Ambiguity” in Longreads, September 11, 2018 (Included in Entropy’s Best Essays of 2018)

-“Topinabee” in The Coil, August 21, 2018

-“Revisiting William Saroyan’s ‘My Name is Aram’” in The Millions, June 28, 2018

-“How to Exploit Your Ancestors” in CHEAP POP, March 6, 2018 (nominated for Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize)

-“Narrative Structures of Diasporic Armenian Trauma” in Ploughshares blog, January 15, 2018

-“Iris Murdoch and the Limits of Language” in The Millions, September 8, 2017

-“An Unfamiliar Shoreline” in The Great Lakes Book Project, 2013