As a writer, I’ve had fiction and nonfiction published in myriad newspapers, magazines, and journals in the USA, spanning sea to shining sea, covering topics uncountable. I’m proudly on the masthead of the Modern Drunkard Magazine, a member of the editorial board at the Nimrod International Journal, and I also write a variety of things for Zergnet.
My short story, Awake, received formal reward and recognition from the Tulsa City-County Library, and also my parents. I’ve been honored by the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists, and was OK SO Story Slam’s 2017 runner-up for best storyteller in Tulsa. In college, I won a first-place journalism award from the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature, following the receipt of which I briefly disappeared. I am also single.
In fifth grade, for homework, as an end-of-year project, I wrote a novel, called Star Wreck: The Journey to Banff. It won accolades.
My second grade teacher, Miss Kreder, still anticipates my jokebook. I was in love with my kindergarten teacher at the age of six, and I remain so, I feel like, to a certain extent, up to this day.
Everything I say is true. I’ve never been sarcastic, not once, in my entire life.
I was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Dark Moon Digest, issue 24, July 2016, “The Killer and the Star”
Drunk Monkeys, vol. 1, issue 4, July 2016, “Beer Mile”
Drunk Monkeys, vol. 1, issue 4, July 2016, “Fit of Inspiration”
Selected Articles and Essays:
Modern Drunkard #61, “This River Runs Wild”
The Tulsa Voice Vol. 3 No. 6, “As I Am” (Cover Feature)
Modern Drunkard #60, “Beauty in the Blackout”