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“Zero Sum Game.” The Cutleaf Reader. Vol 2 Spring 2023.

“The De Facto Mother.” May Break Your Bones: An Oxford Flash Fiction Anthology. December 2022.  

"The De Facto Mother." Oxford Flash Fiction. March 2022

Winner of the Oxford Flash Fiction Prize.

(850 submissions)

"X+Y = Something." National Flash Fiction Day Anthology. June 2022.

"Party Stories." Electric Literature: The Commuter.  May 2022.

(Circulation 50,000; Acceptance Rate 2%) 

"The Questions You Ask a Lost Child Now." 

The Citron Review. March 2022.

“Bunny: A Triptych.” X-R-A-Y Magazine. February 2022.

(Circulation ; Acceptance Rate )

“Zero Sum Game.”

Cutleaf. January 2022

(Circulation 3,500; Acceptance Rate 2%)


New World Writing. January 2022.


The Fairy Tale Review: Gold Issue. Vol 17 2021

(Circulation 10,000; Acceptance Rate1%)

“And This is How It Ended.”

Fractured Literary. March 2021

Honorable Mention in the Fractured 2020 Micro-Fiction Contest

(1500 submissions; 3 prize winners; 5 honorable mentions; Acceptance rate .5%)

“We Wonder.”

New Flash Fiction Review. February 2021

(Circulation 3,000; Acceptance Rate 3.5%)


The Atticus Review. October 2020.

(Acceptance Rate:1% )

“Swan Dive.”

Bull: Men’s Fiction. September 2020

“Fyr Bal or The Burning of the Winter Witch.”

Telepoem Booth, Iowa. June,

2020. The Telepoem Booth Project is a national project and includes flash fiction.

“Fry Bal.”

Action, Spectacle. Spring 2020.

“Then Go to Paris, I Say.”

The Forge Literary Magazine. May 2019.

Featured story; originally published in Word Riot.

(Circulation 10,000; Acceptance Rate 1.2%)


Cleaver: Philadelphia’s International Literary Magazine. March 2019

(circulation:Greater than 10,000; acceptance rate: 7%)

“A Woman of Appetites.”

Necessary Fiction. January 2019.

(circulation 15,000; Acceptance Rate 4%)


“A Gook Not a Chink.”

decomP Magazine. April 2018.

Nominated for 2018 Best of the Net Anthology

(Acceptance Rate 5%)

“You Know Nothing: A Triptych.”

PANK. December 2017.

(Circulation Greater than 10,000; Acceptance Rate 1%)

Reprinted as featured story in The Forge Magazine, May 2019


“Neighborhood Watch.”

Flash Fiction Magazine. August 2017.

(Circulation 6,700; Acceptance Rate 10%)

“When Georgia Simpson Awakes.”

Angels Flight Literary West. July 2017.

“These Hands.”

Jellyfish Review. June 2017.

(Circulation 5,000; Acceptance Rate 5%)



Friday Flash Fiction. April 2017.

(Circulation 1500; Acceptance Rate 15%)

“Are You Familiar with the Hemingway Editor?”

Defenestration. January 2017.

(Acceptance Rate 20%)

“At the Dog Park.”

The Masters Review: New Voices. July 2016.

Shortlist. The Masters Review Anthology:10 Best Stories by Emerging Writers. Summer 2016.

(Submissions 2250, shortlist 40).

(circulation: 5,000; acceptance rate: less than 2%)

“Sal and Dean are Dicks.”

Hobart. July 2016.

(circulation: 13,000; acceptance rate: less than 6%)

“Then Go to Paris, I Say.”

Word Riot. April 2016. (Reprinted in The Forge Literary Magazine as a featured story. May 2019)

Shortlist, Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Fictions. 2017.

(circulation: Greater than 10,000; acceptance rate: less than 2%)

“Beggars’ Night.”

Fiction Southeast. April 2016.

(circulation: Greater than 10,000; acceptance rate: 15 %)

“That Baby.”

The Idaho Review. Winter 2013

Nominated for a Pushcart Prize

(circulation: 5,000; acceptance rate: 1%)


Revolver. November 2012.


Orchid: A Literary Review. 4. Fall 2004


Carve Magazine. V3. Spring 2002

Finalist, Raymond Carver Award.

(circulation: 10,000; acceptance rate: less than 2%)


“How to Be Your Mother’s Best Daughter.”

JMWW. June 2019

Nominated for a Pushcart Prize

(circulation:1000; acceptance rate: 5%)


“Flash in the Classroom: Contagion in the Flash Lab.”

SmokeLong Quarterly. October 2019

(circulation: 30,000; acceptance rate: 1.2%)

“Why I Write.”

Fiction Southeast. Winter 2016. 

(circulation: Greater than 10,000; acceptance rate: 15 %)


"An Interview with Michelle Ross, Author of Shapeshifting." 

Necessary Fiction. December 2021.

“Conversation with Kim Magowan, Author of Undoing, Winner of the Moon City Short Fiction Award.”

Cleaver Magazine. March 2018.

Interview. Lisa Cockrel on Charles D’Ambrosio’s work.

Rewrite Radio Podcast, Calvin College Festival of Faith and Writing. April 2018. 

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