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May
17
A Heavenly Fish

A Heavenly Fish

A short story dedicated to my friend Jonathan The fly was an olive green color, and in the grey cloudlight
3 min read
Apr
07
My Hero, Batistuta

My Hero, Batistuta

I was in eighth grade at PS 14. In Mrs. Squittieri’s history class we had been reading excerpts from
6 min read
Feb
17
The American Offensive

The American Offensive

Chapter XIV The women cried when we got back from Europe. They said they missed us, but we couldn’t
6 min read
Dec
07
Elephant

Elephant

This short story is inspired by the song “Elephant” by Jason Isbell. Emily’s long porcelain legs shivered in the
3 min read
Nov
27
Sunday Game

Sunday Game

Seated on hot aluminum bleachers, I watch them on green-yellow grass. Sweat soaked Sunday warriors, their heads craning toward the
1 min read
Sep
28
Her Limbs The Sea

Her Limbs The Sea

A poem I wrote for my wife in 2017 when we were newly dating and I was on a trip
1 min read
Apr
19
Dogwood Tree

Dogwood Tree

A love poem about my wife for the springtime Blooming along a walkway on Sequoyah Drive, you are a dogwood
1 min read
May
02
The Penalty Kick

The Penalty Kick

Jacob picked up the ball and walked it twelve paces to the spot in the dirt he had marked off
4 min read
Mar
11
The Most Important Things

The Most Important Things

He lay there holding her. It had been hours on a rainy Sunday afternoon in February, and as the hours
2 min read
Apr
20
My Dad and the Soccer Ball

My Dad and the Soccer Ball

I’ll always remember the ball bouncing up and down on his foot in the park behind our house. Those
3 min read