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2023 “Gecko.” Short story. BULL [in press]
2017 “Little Mister Utah.” Short story. Chariton Review, 39(2), 11-19.
2013 “First Flood.” Short story. Moon City Review 2013, 184-195.
2012 “Mentors.” Short story. Mid-American Review, 32(1), 189-199.
2023 Faculty Engagement for the Davis Educational Foundation Mini Grant ($300), OIRA Central Connecticut State University
2022 Faculty Engagement for the Davis Educational Foundation Mini Grant ($200), OIRA Central Connecticut State University
2021 Faculty Engagement for the Davis Educational Foundation Mini Grant ($450), OIRA Central Connecticut State University
2017-19 Emergent Research/er Award ($6,960), National Council of Teachers of English/CCCC
WRT 100: Fundamentals of Composition
WRT 110: Introduction to College Writing
WRT 202: Intermediate Composition
WRT 401: Advanced Composition
HON 140: Writing & Research
ENG 250: Contemporary Literature
ENG 298: Introduction to Literary Studies
ENG 398: Critical Race Theory