Dustbowl Children (nonfic)
This essay follows a cross-country Greyhound trip in the middle of a record-setting snowstorm. It was anthologized in a collection called The Year through Texas literary publication Crack the Spine.
(immersive art narrative)
The overarching narrative for Otherworld developed in collaboration with artists, engineers, and an operations director. In conjunction with these folks, I wove a master narrative into the overall experience of the 32,000 sq. ft. interactive installation. | Time Magazine’s World’s Coolest Places 2019
This (decidedly love-free) poem was accepted in Carnegie Mellon University’s Oakland Review | Fall 2023 Edition
Cheyenne Smith (poem)
This glimpse of an interpersonal moment at a bus station in Georgia is mostly true. It’s in some inspiring company in the summer ’21 journal from Corpus Callosum Press.
This short exploration of the ephemeral made its way into a publication from Rubbertop Review out of the University of Akron in Ohio.
This collaboration with Trapped Columbus was my first project in the interactive narrative space. I wrote, sold, and acted in this script about a hungover band manager.