Short Stories

“What Have You Done?” | The Puritan

“Plaza Montclair, Early Spring”carte blanche

“The Dad was Drinking” | carte blanche

“Salut King Kong” | Salut King Kong: New English Writing from Quebec (Véhicule Press, 2014)

“Merry du Terminus” | carte blanche

“Little Brother, Remember the Christmas?” | Rover

“Something Important and Delicate” | carte blanche and CellStories

“Apocalypse, as Viewed From the Family Room” | Joyland

“Spring Training” | Geist

“Body Noises with the Door Open” carte blanche

“Her Plastic Daisy and the Canadian Water to Grow It” | Exile Literary Quarterly

“Hot Dogs on Everything” carte blanche

“The IGA Kissing Bandit” | Lust for Life: Tales of Sex and Love (Véhicule Press, 2006)

“All the Way to the Dump”Matrix

“Bester McNally’s Fowl Tale” | lostpages

“Creamed Corn Finale” | Lichen

“Red Pants on Monkland” | Pottersfield Portfolio

“Not Your Personal Ashtray” | The Dalhousie Review

“Other People’s Funerals” | Exile Literary Quarterly

“The Ketchup We Were Born With” | Island Dreams:MontrealWriters of the Fantastic (Véhicule Press, 2003)

“Other People’s Showers” | Career Suicide! Contemporary Literary Humour (DC Books, 2003)

“Hanging Murray” | Espresso Fiction

“Some Hemorrhaging for Jack” | Espresso Fiction

“Gay: A Fairy Tale” | Broken Pencil

“Dirty Montreal” | Pagitica

“Saturday Night” | Telling Stories: New English Fiction from Québec (Véhicule Press, 2002)

“Pit”Blood + Aphorisms

“Shit Bird” | Fruits of the Branch (Canadian Authors AssociationMontreal, 2001)

“Counting to Prettidase-Nine” subTerrain


“What We Talk About When We Talk About 1994” | Souvenir program for Montreal Baseball Project’s gala to mark the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Montreal Expos

“The 1977 Discovery of Gravity in the Tim Hortons Parking Lot” | CBC Canada Writes

“Bay Area Freezers” | CBC Canada Writes

“Looking Back on Gulch Creek Holdup” | Rover


“Multiple Universes Now” | Where Did You Sleep Last Night by Lynn Crosbie (House of Anansi Press, 2015) | Rover

“The Pull of Julie Paul” | The Pull of the Moon by Julie Paul (Brindle & Glass, 2014) | Rover

“Sad Songs Say So Much” | Life Is About Losing Everything by Lynn Crosbie (House of Anansi Press, 2012) | Rover

“Corpse Pose” | Suitable Precautions by Laura Boudreau (Biblioasis, 2011) | Rover

“Working Girl” | The Big Dream by Rebecca Rosenblum (Biblioasis, 2011) | Rover

“True Gloom” | Something About the Animal by Cathy Stonehouse (Biblioasis, 2011) | Rover

“Out of Nowhere” | Bats or Swallows by Teri Vlassopoulos (Invisible Publishing, 2010 | Rover

“Delight, then Bite” | Up Up Up by Julie Booker (House of Anansi Press, 2011) Rover

“Fine Young Pyromaniacs” | Krakow Melt by Daniel Allen Cox (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2010) | Rover

“This Isn’t Your Father’s Canadian Notes & Queries” | Canadian Notes & Queries #79, The Short Story Issue | Rover

“Forever Young” | The End of the Ice Age by Terence Young (Biblioasis, 2010) | Rover

“In Praise of Strange Little Books” | The Olive and the Dawn by Ian Orti (Snare Books, 2009) | Rover

“Some of My Best Friends are Twenty-Five” | Holding Still For As Long As Possible by Zoe Whittall (House of Anansi Press, 2009) | Rover

“For Those About to Black Out (We Salute You)” | Selected Blackouts by John Goldbach (Insomniac Press, 2009) | Rover

“Things to Do in Heaven When You’re Dead” | Heaven Is Small by Emily Schultz (House of Anansi Press, 2009) | Rover

“The Story is in the Details” | The Mountain Clinic by Harold Hoefle (Oberon Press, 2008) | Rover

“Fried Cheese and Ass-Grabbing Par Excellence” | Once by Rebecca Rosenblum (Biblioasis, 2008) | Rover

untitled | A Small Dog Barking and Other Stories by Robert Strandquist (Anvil Press, 2005) | Matrix (#75)

untitled | A Short Journey by Car by Liam Durcan (Véhicule Press, 2004) | Matrix (#71)

untitled | An Opening Act of Unspeakable Evil by Jim Munroe (No Media Kings, 2004) | Matrix (#70)


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