Writing

Awards & Honors

2021 Anton Chekov Award for Flash Fiction Winner. Litmag.

2021 Hudson Prize Finalist. Black Lawrence Press.

2020 St. Lawrence Book Award Finalist. Black Lawrence Press.

2020 Winter Short Story Award: Honorable Mention. Masters Review.

2019 Best Heartland Screenplay. Kansas City Women in Film and Television.

2017 Langston Hughes Creative Writing Award in Fiction. Raven Bookstore, Lawrence, KS.

2015 Lake Prize in Fiction: Runner-up. Midwestern Gothic.

Short Fiction

“Rend, Sew,” forthcoming in Vincent Brothers Review.

“Taco Bell is Coming for Gypsum, Kansas,” LitMag. Issue 4. 2022

“Grandma Kim at Forty-Five: a serigraph in four layers,” Fractured Lit. 2021.

“No Gods, Only Suffering,” McNeese ReviewIssue 58. 2021.

“Godless,” Potomac ReviewIssue 68. 2021.

“Dollhouse,” Hobart. 2021.

“Clinton Lake,” Yemassee. October Spotlight. 2020.

“Rapture,” Masters Review. July 2020.

“Asynchronous,” North American Review. June 2019.

“A Fear of Blood,” Midwestern Gothic. Summer 2018.

“Wilson Lake, 1999,” Midwestern Gothic. no. 20, January 2016.

Flash Fiction

“Burn,” The Bubbler, Free State Review. June 2022.

“Taco Bell is Coming for Gypsum, Kansas,” LitMag. Issue 4. 2022.

“Grandma Kim at Forty-Five: a serigraph in four layers,” Fractured Lit. 2021.

“Teenage Romance,” Number One Magazine. May 2018.

“Thanksgiving,” (b)OINK Zine. November 2017.

“Revolutionaries,” The A3 Review. June 2017. Contest: “Dates and Dating” Winner

“Spring Cleaning,” After the Pause. vol. 4 iss. 3,September 2017.

“Wild Fire,” Visitant Lit. July 2017.

“This is How You Hide It,” Five on the Fifth. vol. 2 iss. 7, May 2017.

Her work has also appeared in The New Engagement, Molotov Cocktail, Doll Hospital, Cyberrriot Zine, Blackhead Zine, and Kiosk Magazine.

Humor

“The Tipping Industry is Actually Great for Young Women Like Me.” Timothy McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. February 2020.

Editorial

Reader, New Letters, 2018-2019

Editor-in-Chief, Snarl, 2019-present

Preliminary Judge, New Letters Robert Day Award in Fiction, 2020, 2021.

Guest Editor: Editoral Feedback, The Masters Review, 2022-present.

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