Academic Publications

 Books (4):

Zara. Ink Brush Press. Jasper, Texas. 2012.

The Number You Have Reached. Lamar University Press. Beaumont, Texas. 2013.

The Shoeshine Boy. Lamar University Press. Beaumont, Texas. 2017

Redemption. Lamar University Press. Beaumont, Texas. 2019

Individual Short Stories (32):

"Beauty." Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore. August, 2019.

"When a Door is a Jar." Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore. July, 2018.

“Harijan.” Lalitamba. Winter, 2017

"Speed." Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore. September, 2017.

"The Singer." We Are Family. November, 2016. Math Paper Press. Singapore.

"Redemption." Best New Writing. October, 2016.

“To Win it All.” Concho River Review. Fall, 2016

“Viraaga.” Soundings Review, Spring, 2016.

“Angel.” Soundings Review. Summer, 2015

“Tiger Hunting.” January, 2015. Ecclectica. http://168.144.22.7/v19n1/sterne.html

“Sunyata.” Natural Bridge. Number 31, Spring, 2014.

“Green Grass and White Stripes.” Soundings Review. Spring, 2014

“The Number You Have Reached.” December, 2012. Agave, A Celebration of Tequila. Brown, Ashley, and Brown, Nathan, Eds. Ink Brush Press. http://inkbrushpress.com .

“Poise.” Unlikely Stories. April, 2010. (http://www.unlikelystories.org/)

“Split Decision.” Crucible. Febru ary, 2010.

“The End of the World.” Natural Bridge, Number 20, Fall 2008.

“White Four, Black Pepper, Salt, and Grease.” Reed Magazine, Vol. 60, spring 2007. 111-117.

“Chameleon.” Twisted Tongue, issue #2, March 2006 (www.twistedtongue.co.uk.)

“Thanksgiving.” South Carolina Review, 36.2, spring, 2004. 137-153.

“Warriors.” Watchword, issue # 5, 2003. 46-57.

“The Heart-Smart Diet.” Willow Springs, spring, 2003. 89-107.

“The Number You Have Reached” storySouth, July, 2003. (http://www.storysouth.com/)

“Dead Water.” Blue Mesa Review, spring 2003. 7-22.

“Bread.” Kaleidoscope: International Magazine of Literature, Fine Arts, and Disability,  Volume 47, summer, 2003. 51-58.

“The Investment.” Insolent Rudder, spring, 2003. (http://web.archive.org/web/20030428121850/www.insolentrudder.org/story65)

“Outside of Bakersfield.” Watchword. issue # 4, 2002. 35-48.

“The Funeral.” Mochilla Review, volume 4, spring, 2003. 83-93.

“Fault Lines.” Working Hard For the Money. Mary E. Weems and Larry Smith, eds. Huron, OH. Bottom Dog Press, 2002. 92-96.

“Superstition.” Furrow, 2.2, fall, 2001. 20-37.

“Fault Lines.” In Posse Review, 9.1, May, 2001. (http://webdelsol.com/InPosse.).

“Snipe Hunting.” Amarillo-Bay Magazine, 3.2, spring, 2002.  (http://www.amarillobay.org/).

“The Couch.” Amarillo-Bay Magazine, 2.3, fall, 2001. (http://ww+w.amarillobay.org/).

“Cold.” The Licton Springs Review. 8.1, spring, 1999. 25-28.

Non-fiction (4):

“From Phnom Penh to Fenghuang.” Forthcoming. Issue 4, Fall 2016. Lost Magazine. http://www.lostmagazine.org/.

“Shakespeare, Buddha, and King Lear.” The Journal of Buddhist Ethics. (December, 2007)

“On Offense for the Book.” Literature and Digital Technologies: W.B. Yeats, Virginia Woolf, Mary Shelly, and William       Gass. Wayne Chapman and Karen Schiff, eds. Clemson University Digital Press, spring, 2003. 73-84.

Untitled Essay. A Closer Look: the Writer’s Reader. Sid Dobrin and Anis Bawarshi, eds. McGraw-Hill, 2002. 766-768.

 Poetry (6):

33. “Yes, Mathilda.” Concrete Wolf, 1.6, summer, 2002. 80.

34. “Theresa by the River.” Concrete Wolf, 1.6, summer, 2002. 81.

35. “Mime.” interSECTIONS, 7.1, spring, 2001. 8.

36. “Ghost of Elvis, riding.” interSECTIONS, 6.1, spring, 2000. 19-20.

37. “Snow in the Desert.” interSECTIONS, 6.1, spring, 2000. 21.

38. “Last Call.” the Licton Springs Review. 8.1, spring, 1999. 30-33.