Publications

My marketing, non-fiction and paid for blogposts are available on my online portfolio.

My mad literature analysis for a pop audience skillz are on proud display over at Shmoop.com:

Yertle the Turtle

Bartholomew and the Oobleck

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

My fiction work has been featured by, on or at:

Halfway Down the Stairs: To the Bright Blue Skies and Away

InfectiveInkAnd How the Algae Twines!

Defenestration: Yuppie Throws Dinner Party Exclusively to Show Off New Purchases

Texas ObserverHonorable Mention for And How the Algae Twines!

Citizen Brooklyn: Bits of BlueGarbage Cans on the Streets of Suburbia

Black Heart MagazineThe Smell of Drought, Bulbs

Lorian Hemingway: Honorable Mention for And How the Algae Twines!

Arcadia University’s Marathon Literary Review:  The Freeways Between Us

Glimmertrain: To the Bright Blue Skies and Away, Top 25 finalist in the Glimmertrain November Short Story Contest

In the Snake: The Smell of Drought, Finalist in the Summer 2011 Elephant Prize for Short Fiction Contest

The Yellow Ham: Neighbor Purchases Boat for Exclusive Driveway Use, January, 2012

Structo Magazine: The Thief of Suburbia!  Listen to a recording of  the story here.

Five Things Reading Series: MICHAEL BAY in MICHAEL BAY

Matter Press: Compression Statement

Pindeldyboz: The Secret Society of Carpet Liers2010

Glimmer TrainTop 25 Winter 2010 Very Short Fiction Contest for The Secret Society of Carpet Liers 2010

Glimmer Train: Top 25 2009 Short Story Contest for And How the Algae Twines 2009

Best New American Voices AnthologyNominated for inclusion 2008

2 thoughts on “Publications

  1. Leah: I first encountered your writing on Yellow Ham (I am a fellow Yellow Hammer [Black Forest, no preservatives, sliced somewhere between I-can-see-your-fingers-when-you-hold-it-up and slightly-more-opaque-than-Henry-James's-prose]). I think your writing is funny and look forward to reading more of it. Chance Dagger is a pseudonym I use for my more offensive stuff. Otherwise, I’m known as Bill Prindle.
    Cheers!

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