2023. No Use Pretending. University of Iowa Press.
Winner of the Iowa Short Fiction Prize, selected by Gish Jen

Edited Volumes

Forthcoming. “Keeping.” In K. Somerville and S. Morgan (Eds.), Life Support: Stories of Health and Medicine. Missouri Review Books / TMR. (Reprinted from “Keeping,” 2021, The Missouri Review, 44(1): 21–41)

2015. Executive Editor. Best Indie Lit New England, Vol. 2: 2012–2014. Black Key Press.

2013. Executive Editor. Best Indie Lit New England, Vol. 1: 2010–2012. Black Key Press.

Short Stories

2023. “The Watchman.”The Cincinnati Review 20(1): 133–140.
Winner of the 2022 Robert & Adele Schiff Award for Fiction

2021. “Keeping.” The Missouri Review 44(1): 21–41.
Winner of the 2020 Jeffery E. Smith Editors’ Prize for Fiction
Cited as a Distinguished Story in Best American Short Stories 2022

2019. “All at Sea.”Gulf Coast 31(1): 56–68.

2017. “The Master of Sleep.”Chicago Quarterly Review 25: 41-51.

2016. “Ghost Bike.”Beloit Fiction Journal 29: 62–74.

2015. “Two Valleys.”Consequence Magazine 7: 69–81.

2014. “The Death of Elpenor.”Chicago Quarterly Review 18: 150–157.

2013. “Evidence of Harm.”Conium Review 2(2): 17–35.

2012. “Creek People.”Beloit Fiction Journal 25: 52-65.

Essays & Scholarly Writing

2022. “Rethinking the Craft of Fiction Writing: Resources on Teaching and Learning Creative Writing.” Choice 59(6). (Expanded manuscript version available on this site.)

2017. “Structure, Perspective, Editing: A Writer’s Favorite Books on Craft.”The Review Review, January 30.

2017. “From the Library to Las Vegas: The Role of Research in the Writing Process.”Tishman Review 3(1): 123–126.

2013. “The Poetics of Presence.”Printer’s Devil Review 3(1): 62–71.

2003.The Politics of Impossibility: A Socio-symbolic Analysis of Society, Identification, and Ideology. Master’s Thesis, Ohio State University.

Book Reviews

2022. [Review of the book How to Tell a Story: An Ancient Guide to the Art of Storytelling for Writers and Readers by Aristotle, translated by Philip Freeman.] Choice 60 (9).

2022. [Review of the book Climate Change in Popular Culture: A Warming World in the American Imagination by James Craig Holte.] Choice 60 (7).

2022. [Review of the book Climate Lyricism by Min Hyoung Song.] Choice 60 (3).

2022. [Review of the book Genre and Extravagance in the Novel by Jed Rasula.] Choice 60(1).

2022. [Review of the book Refuse To Be Done by Matt Bell.] Choice 59(12).

Digital Projects

Campana, Andrew and Thomas Dodson. 2014. “自動化 | Automation.”Printer’s Devil Review 4(2).