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“When Stars Fell Like Salt Before the Revolution,” selected by Douglas Glover as one of two honourable mentions in The Fiddlehead’s 23rd annual fiction contest. The Fiddlehead: Atlantic Canada’s International Literary Journal. No. 259. Spring 2014.

“Way Markers.” Short Fiction 7. University of Plymouth Press, United Kingdom. November 2013.

Ode to Girl with Hand on Barbed Wire.”  Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review, Volume 62, Issue 1. Fall 2012. [This story, inspired by Dorothea Lange’s gelatin silver print, Migrant Daughter, photographed in Wapato, Washington, in 1939, was awarded honorable mention in the 2012 Bevel Summers Award for Short Short Fiction.]

“The Underwater Room,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. The Good Men Project. January 7, 2012. [This story was the winner of the 2010 Short Fiction New Writers Competition and first published in Short Fiction 4, University of Plymouth Press, United Kingdom.]

“Bethel Street, You Could Be Barcelona.” Litro, Issue 110: Street Fiction (United Kingdom). October 2011.

“Pale Sleep.” American Short Fiction Web Exclusive. March 2011.

“Fina’s Dream,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. [reprint] Kartika Review 2009-10 Anthology. Kartika Press. January 2011.

“The Underwater Room,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. Winner of the 2010 Short Fiction competition. Short Fiction 4. University of Plymouth Press, United Kingdom. November 2010.

“Fina’s Skate” and “Kaki Kodok, two excerpts from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. Featured Author Interview for the inaugural issue of Anak Sastra. (Kuala Lumpur). August 2010.

Letter to Saleema, inspired by Daniyal Mueenuddin’s “Saleema,” In Other Rooms, Other Wonders]. Ben Greenman’s Letters with Character: Letters written to fictional characters by actual people. July 22, 2010.

“Fina’s Dream,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. [reprint] CellStories. April 22, 2010.

“Akualele,” an excerpt from Before the Rain, a novella. Why We Ride: Women Writers on the Horses in Their Lives, an anthology. Ed. Verna Dreisbach. Foreword, Jane Smiley. Seal Press, a Division of Perseus Group. April 2010.

“Bisu and the Missionary’s Daughter.” Juked Issue #7. Winner of the 2009 Juked fiction competition. April 2010.

“Sand Island.” Bamboo Ridge: Journal of Hawai’i Literature and Arts. #94. November 2009.

“Mina and Fina and Lotte Wattimena,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. [reprint] Asia Literary Review (Hong Kong). Autumn 2009. September 2009.

“Fina’s Dream,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. Kartika Review. Issue Five. Spring/Summer 2009.

“Ferry Landing” and “Pasanggrahan,” two excerpts from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. Kyoto Journal #72. June 2009.

“Mina and Fina and Lotte Wattimena,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 3 . One of two equal runners up in the Willesden Herald International Short Story Competition. pretend genius press, United Kingdom. March 2009.

“Bowling Alley,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. Hobart (online). October 2008.

“Aquarium of the Night.” Memoir (and). Volume 1 Number 3. Fall + Winter 2008.

“Konsulat General Republik Indonesia.” Hitotoki: New York.August 2008.

“Don’t,” an excerpt from Before the Rain, a novella. 971 Menu. August 2008.

“River Swim,” an excerpt from THE SMELL OF SULPHUR. North American Review Volume 291, Numbers 3-4. Honorable Mention in the 2006 Kurt Vonnegut Fiction Competition. May-August, 2006.

“Out of the Dark.” Seventeen Magazine. August 1993.

“In Transit.” Sister Stew: Fiction and Poetry by Women, edited by Cathy Song and Juliet Kono Lee. Bamboo Ridge Press. Winter 1991.

“Exiles.” Denver Quarterly Volume 20, #3 (AWP’s Intro 15). Winter 1988.

“The Guest.” Hawai’i Review #20. Fall 1986.

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