In 1992, as Barcelona prepares for the Summer Olympics, an elderly Catalan veteran of the Spanish Civil War tells the story of his youth.
A stranger drives a high-end Mercedes with California plates into a repair shop in a small Midwestern town and never returns for it,
magazine, Spring 2016. Finalist for the Curt Johnson Fiction Award
An aging former baseball player living alone on a low country island in South Carolina encounters a young woman who claims to be his daughter from one of many one-night stands of his youth.
Published as a Ploughshares Solo
and available on Amazon.
Bellingham Review, Spring 2012
Winner 2011 Porter Fleming Short Story Award
Quarterly West, Spring 2018
Winner, Writers@Work Short Story Prize
Winner, 2008 New South Award
Finalist, 2008 David Nathan Meyerson Prize
Finalist, 2008 Willesden International Fiction Prize
Finalist,2009 Arthur Edelstein Short Story Award