Some of my recent publications...

“8 Regions for Planning the Most Epic Surf & Wine Trips” — Essay published in The Inertia, April 10, 2017

“What Dads Can Learn from Zebra Finches, Squawks and All” – Essay published in The Good Men Project, August 8, 2016

Destignatizing Medication: How Psychiatric Medication Helped Me Survive” – Essay published in The Good Men Project, July 9, 2016. Republished in Stigma Fighters

Unrequited: An Anthology of Love Poems about Inanimate Objects” – Poem published in anthology, May 27, 2016.

He Didn't Decide to Become an Atheist - It Just Happened, During Missions Work” – Essay published in The Good Men Project, May 15, 2016.

“I Pray My Daughter Never Believes in Sin” – Essay published in The Good Men Project, March 18, 2016.

“Holiday Value Wine Picks Under Fifteen Bucks” – Excerpt published in Snooth, December 22, 2015.

Special Occasion Wines Worth the Price” – Excerpt published in Snooth, November 19, 2015.

“Your Official Paternity Leave Survival Guide” – Essay published in The Good Men Project, November 9, 2015; republished in Babble.

“From Starved to Stoked: How Surfing Saved My Life” – Essay published in The Inertia, November 9, 2015

“2015 Vintage Prediction Round Up” – Excerpt published in Snooth, October 20, 2015. 

Summer-Fall Transitional Wines Under $20” – Excerpt published in Snooth, September 15, 2015

New Dad's Advice: Just Hire a Damn Doula” – Essay republished in The Good Men Project, August 14, 2015

“Chasing Cristobal: A Garden State Surf Story” – Essay published in The Inertia, July 2015

“A Guy’s Guide to Drinking Pink” – Essay published in The Good Men Project, July 3, 2015

“Hire a Damn Doula” - Essay published in Welcome to the Bundle, May 2015

“It Fell Through” – Short fiction published in Waypoints Magazine, January 2015

"An Interview with Isaac James Baker"
 — Interview with Shelby Settles Harper, February 28, 2014

“PeanutButter & Jellyfish” — Essay published in 20 Something Magazine, December 2, 2013

“Ipods and Panties” — Poem republished in Ampersand Review, April 26, 2013

“Punk’s Not Dead: A Teenage Lifestyle That Won’t Quit” — Essay published in 20 Something Magazine, October 12, 2012

“A Matter of Taste: How I Fell in Love with Wine” — Essay published in 20 Something Magazine, September 21, 2012

“Explain” — Poem published in Love Notes: A Collection of Romantic Poetry, Vagabondage Press, January 31, 2012

“Cold Turkey” — Short story published in Subtle Fiction, October 31, 2011

 — Poem published in BloodLotus Journal, August 2011

“Eat, Gain Weight, Love”
 — Essay published in Modern Love Rejects, May 17, 2011

Interview with Isaac James Baker
 — JMWW, May 2, 2011 

“This is Gregory Sampson”
 — Short story published in All the Kings Horses: An Expression of Depression Vol. 3, Little Episodes, April 2011

“You Can Take the Boy Out of Jersey”
 — Short story published inJersey Devil Press, Issue 15, December 2010

“Change” — Short story published in The Battered Suitcase, Autumn 2010, Volume 3, Issue 2

“Too Much Blood” — Short story published in Jersey Devil Press, Issue 11, August 2010

“Animal” — Poem published in Nefarious Ballerina, Issue #4.1, May 2010

“Err” — Short story published in BlazeVOX, Issue 2KX, Spring 2010

“Drag, Booze and Goats: An Interview with Josh Kilmer-Purcell” — Interview published in Mary Literary Quarterly, April 2010

“Recovery” — Excerpt from the novel Broken Bones published in Arlington Literary Journal, Issue 33, March 2010

“Virus” — Poem published in Foliate Oak Literary Journal, December 2009, republished in Foliate Oak 2010: The Best of The Foliate Oak Online

“Insanity,” “Crinkled Dollar Bill,” and “The Second Time Around” — Poems published in Danse Macabre, DM XLIV Goulash, December 2009

“Earth, Fruit, Filth” — Poem published in Down in the Dirt Magazine, Volume 77, December 2009, republished in the poetry anthology, Ink In My Blood

“Dentists” — Poem published in Thieves Jargon, October 25, 2009

“Great Artists” — Poem published online in The Battered Suitcase, Volume Two, Issue Two, September 2009

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