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Links to some of my short stories online (as well as information about those only available in print).








The History of Harrabash (Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet). You can buy #35 of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet (December 2016) here, also containing stories by Kate Story, Henry Wessells, and others. "The History of Harrabash" is the first in a projected series of eleven stories featuring the fantasy republic of Harrabash.








Henry James and the Bigfoot (Santa Monica Review). This story is not available online, but you can buy the Spring 2016 Santa Monica Review that contains "Henry James and the Bigfoot" here, also containing stories by Gary Amdahl, Gary Soto, and others.








The Postmen (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine) This story is in the June 2015 EQMM, also containing stories by Sheila Kohler, Mat Coward, and others. Specific back issues of EQMM are hard to obtain, but "The Postmen" can also be read on Great Jones Street, which is an app you can download (no signup required), bringing stories that first appeared in print to a wider audience. "The Postmen" is the first in a projected series of eleven stories featuring Bellacqua, Ragwell, Finisterra, Slim, and Bowra-Yin.








Angles and Rebounds (ZYZZYVA) This story is not available online, but you can buy the Spring 2015 ZYZZYVA (no. 103) that contains "Angles and Rebounds" here, also containing stories by Lydia Millet, Héctor Tobar, and others.








Emergency Calls (Santa Monica Review) This story is not available online, but you can buy the Spring 2015 Santa Monica Review that contains "Emergency Calls" here, also containing stories by Stephen Cooper, David L. Ulin, and others.








Using the Word "Posterity" in a Sentence (Mid-American Review) This story is not available online, but you can buy the printed volume of Mid-American Review 34.2 that contains "Using the Word 'Posterity' in a Sentence" here, also containing stories by Lesley Nneka Arimah, Brian Costello, and others. (Interview about the story here.)








The Unbidden (Web Conjunctions)








I Saw Your Ad for a Trumpeter (Alaska Quarterly Review) This story is not available online, but you can buy the printed volume of the Spring/Summer 2014 Alaska Quarterly Review that contains "I Saw Your Ad for a Trumpeter" here, also containing stories by Sarah Cornwell, Julia MacDonnell, and others.








Some Dragons Do Better in the Small Intestine (Wag's Revue)








The Prouf is in the Vermouf (Buenos Aires Review) (en Español, traducción de Santiago Martorana)








The Forgery (Untoward)








Many Islands (KGB Bar Lit Magazine)








Middlegame (Narrative)
You can also buy the printed volume of the Winter 2012 Narrative that contains "Middlegame" here, also containing stories by Alice Munro, Sherman Alexie, and others.








Ichiwa Ango (first posted in Night Train, reposted in Fiction365)








The Masses Demand a Realistic and Constructive Assessment of the General Secretary's Condition (Electric Literature -- The Outlet)








Juno Broccoli and the Songstealers (Storyglossia)








Hecklers (ApostropheCast) appears here in podcast form, was reposted in text form in Jokes Literary Review). You can buy the print copy of Jokes Literary Review #2 here.








Cute Monster Spirit Pet Fluffy You Up! (Ninth Letter) This story is not available online, but you can buy the printed volume of the Fall/Winter 2008 Ninth Letter that contains "Cute Monster Spirit Pet Fluffy You Up!" here, also containing stories by César Aira, Mai Al-Nakib, and others.








Brush Fire (first posted in SoMa Literary Review, reposted in Fiction365)








Believe What You Read About the Wodderin (first posted in Dublin Quarterly, reposted in Jokes Literary Review). You can buy the print copy of Jokes Literary Review #1 here. .








The Mysterious Remnant (Agni Online)








Tornadoes Along a Möbius Strip (Entelechy)








Gwendolyn, or Shame Intruding Briefly on Guilt (Narrative)








A Woman Talking To Albatrosses About Monogamy (Identity Theory)








The Roaring Ocean Does Not Roar (Fiction Attic)








The Master Who Painted Birds (Eclectica)










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