FLOOR PLANS, LIT HUB
"Here is what we don’t talk about at Juliet’s: My divorce. Her pregnancy. Our husbands with any specificity beyond 'him' or 'he.'"
This story originally appeared in the Summer 2017 issue of The Southern Review. Read an interview about this story on The Southern Review here.
APPETITE, ELECTRIC LITERATURE, with an intro by Julie Buntin
"'Appetite' follows a family in the aftermath of the loss of their mother: each character fumbles through their different experiences of grief, trying to reconcile themselves with the fact that hunger goes on, that the body goes on, that they will go on. Claudia, the narrator, is so street-smart, so wise, that I kept forgetting that she was fifteen, and then the first sentence would come back to me — dead mother — and I’d remember why."
This story originally appeared in the Summer 2016 issue of Colorado Review
DINOSAURS, FIVE CHAPTERS
GONE, BOSTON REVIEW
A CLEAN BREAK, SHORT STORY ADVENT CALENDAR 2018
A brand new story, written for this really cool project for Canadian publishers Hingston & Olsen.
A brief interview about my process for this story, including bagels, footnotes, labor unions, grief, and goat hammers.
BACK TALK, COPPER NICKEL
"When the boy who barely speaks says to you, 'it’s too bad, who you are,' into your ear at a party, you know better than to turn your head."
LOOKING FOR A THIEF, BUZZFEED
"It’s a just-in-case move, in and of itself ridiculous; she wouldn’t go live in a tent. But she might. She could. The important thing to remember is that she could."
LANDSCAPE NO. 27, INDIANA REVIEW
Listen to Danielle read the story here.
GHOST DOG, PEOPLE HOLDING
SPIDER LEGS, GLIMMER TRAIN STORIES
"The Best Story I Read in A Lit Mag This Week"
THE HOLOGRAPHIC SOUL, MICHIGAN QUARTERLY REVIEW