Brushfire Literature & Arts Journal, Vol. 71, Issue 1 (print)
“On the Rails, Off the Rails”
New Pop Lit
"In the Shadow of the Valley of Measurement"
"The Birthday Card"
Fewer Than 500
The 3288 Review (print)
"Must Be The Location"
Atlas + Alice
"Shall I Compare Thee to a Wilted Rose?"
"On the Holiest Day of the Year"
Bethlehem Writers Roundtable
"Train Up a Child in the Way He Should Go"
"All the Time He Saved"
Down and Out
"An Unholy Racket"
Short Fiction Break
"The Quiet Car"
Crack the Spine
Every Day Fiction
"The Art of Destruction" (chapbook)
The Head & the Hand Press, Philadelphia
"Thirty in the Hole"
"So Much Space"
"The Land Beneath the Lake"
"MS Access & MS Excel Training"
"A Gathering Storm" (print)
The Bucks County Writer
"Six Ways Spreadsheets Can Help Fiction Writers"
Submittable (guest blog)
"Snipping Knots and Getting Somewhere: Short Comments on 'Good Old Neon,' a Not-So-Short Short Story by David Foster Wallace
Black Fox Literary Magazine
"Frankenstein, or the Modern Corporation"
Unsolicited Literature, "Rise 2017"
"Missing Mardi Gras"
Belle Reve Literary Journal
"Small Characters, Big Parts: An Appreciation of John Grisham’s A Time to Kill"
"Etty Hillesum: The New Anne Frank"
"Serious Research Tips for Serious Fiction Writers"
Guest blog for Wise, Ink
"Four Signs You're in a Real Espresso Bar"
Think It's Greed? It Might Be PDMD.
A Public Service Announcement
(with Bert M. Bieler, MD)
Ethics & Medicine
Blue Has No South by Alex Epstein, translated from Hebrew to English by Becka Mara McKay
Jewish Book Council