Bibliography




Fiction




2017
"The View From the Top of the Stair," forthcoming in Hazlitt.
"The White-Throated Transmigrant," Tor.com (June 2017).
"The Wretched and the Beautiful," Terraform (February 2017).
"A Quiet Night in the Library," Hellboy: An Assortment of Horror, edited by Christopher Golden (August 2017).

2016
"The Witch of Orion Waste and the Boy Knight," Uncanny 12 (September/October 2016).
           Reprinted in The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, vol 11, ed. Jonathan Strahan,
           and The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Charles Yu and John Joseph Adams.
"Paul Flitch's Slap-Bang Fracas With Mister Delusio," Daily Science Fiction (September 2016).
"The Gardener and the King's Menagerie", Bracken Magazine (August 2016).
"Darkout," Cyber World, ed. Josh Viola and Jason Heller (November 2016).
"Braid of Days and Wake of Nights," Fantasy and Science Fiction (Jan/Feb 2016).
           Will be reprinted in The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2017, ed. Paula Guran.

2015
"Woman at Exhibition," Uncanny (July/August 2015).

2014
"Local Stop on the Floating Train," Terraform (December 2014).
"Musée de l'Âme Seule," Upgraded, ed. Neil Clarke (September 2014).

2013
"Daedalum, the Devil's Wheel," Clarkesworld (December 2013).
"The Pilgrim and the Angel," McSweeney's Quarterly 45 (December 2013).
           Reprinted in The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, vol 8, ed. Jonathan Strahan.
"The Urashima Effect," Clarkesworld (June 2013).
"The Forgetting Shiraz," Boston Review (May/June 2013).
"Ilse, Who Saw Clearly," Apex Magazine (May 2013).
           Reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2014, ed. Rich Horton.
"Loss, with Chalk Diagrams," Eclipse Online (March 2013).
           Reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2014, ed. Rich Horton.

2012
"Tiger in the BSE," Cicada (May/June 2012). Reprinted by Podcastle, January 2013.

2011
"The Lamp at the Turning," Kenyon Review Online (July 2011).
"The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees," Clarkesworld Magazine (April 2011).
           Reprinted in The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, vol 6, ed. Jonathan Strahan,
           and The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2012, ed. Rich Horton.

2010
"The Transfiguration of Maria Luisa Ortega," Kenyon Review Online (August 2010). Reprinted by Podcastle, April 2011.

2007
"Dovey," Quick Fiction, Issue 12 (October 2007).



Poetry




"Thermosphere," music by Ryan McCarty, a song for three voices performed by POCO, April 27, 2012.
"Dragonfly to Damsel," Jabberwocky 5 (February 2011).
"Thanatopsis," Jabberwocky 5 (February 2011).
"The Poet to the Wasp Queen Among the Plums," Goblin Fruit (Summer 2010).
"Come True," Goblin Fruit (Summer 2010).
"Patience," Electric Velocipede 21/22 (Dec 2010/Jan 2011).
"What Comes After Rain," Goblin Fruit (Summer 2008). Honorable Mention in Ellen Datlow'sYear's Best Horror 2009.



Programs




Clarion West 2013
Stanley Elkin Scholar at the Sewanee Writers' Conference 2012
Creative Writing, NJ Governor's School of the Arts 2007
NFAA YoungArts Week 2008



Awards




Finalist, Theodore Sturgeon Award for Best Short Story (2014).
John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer (2012).
Nominee, World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story (2012).
Nominee, Hugo Award for Best Short Story (2012).
Nominee, Nebula Award for Best Short Story (2012).
Finalist, Locus Award for Best Short Story (2012).
Finalist, StorySouth Million Writers Award (2012).
Ward Mathis Prize, Princeton University, for "The Lamp at the Turning" (June 2012).
1st place, Princeton Science Playwriting Contest, for "Glass, Darkly" (2011).
Ward Mathis Prize, Princeton University, for "The Transfiguration of Maria Luisa Ortega" (June 2010).
Best Start 50, Glimmer Train Stories, for "Hyacinth" (June 2009).
Academy of American Poets Prize, Princeton University, for a poetry portfolio (June 2009).
69-Word Story Contest, The Writer Magazine, for "The Silence" (2005).