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Fiction

My short stories, including several of the stories that compose my collection Quiet Americans, have appeared in the publications listed below.

  • “Rio, 1940,” JewishFiction.net (December 2012).
  • Fidelis,” National Public Radio (“Hanukkah Lights” broadcast, December 2011)
  • “The Kiss,” Literary Mama (May 2011).
  • “Matrilineal Descent,” TriQuarterly 130 (Winter 2008).
  • “Rio, 1946,” The Pedestal Magazine (August-October 2006).
  • “The Quiet American, Or, How to Be a Good Guest,” Slower Traffic, Keep Right (Main Street Rag Publishing Company, 2006).
  • Lebensraum,” Southern Indiana Review 28 (Fall 2005). Reprinted in Becoming Fire: Spiritual Writing from New Generations (Andover Newton Publications, 2006), and in The Ilanot Review (Spring 2012) .
  • “Consultation,” Bellevue Literary Review 5.2 (Fall 2005). Reprinted in Tales from the Couch (Blue Cubicle Press, 2009).
  • “Vigilance,” The Externalist (August 2007).
  • “For Services Rendered,” Solander: The Magazine of the Historical Novel Society 9.1 (May 2005). Reprinted in revised and expanded form in J Journal: New Writing on Justice 2.1 (Spring 2009), and on the Scribblers on the Roof website (Fall 2009).
  • “Catching Up,” Vermont Literary Review 9.1 (Winter-Spring 2005).
  • “First Day Back,” Defining Moments: An Anthology of Teachers’ Writing 9 (Plymouth Writers’ Project, Fall 2004).
  • “Calendar Man,” The Pedestal Magazine (October-November 2004, “The Political Anthology”).
  • “Living by the Book,” Pangolin Papers 10.3 (Spring 2004).
  • “Homecomings,” Jewish Education News 25.1 (Winter 2004).
  • “Winter Lessons,” Midstream 50.1 (January 2004).
  • “Floating,” Mississippi Review Online (Winter 2004).
  • “After Life,” The Healing Muse 3.1 (Fall 2003).
  • “The Proposal,” Small Spiral Notebook (Spring 2003).
  • “Polar Region,” Lilith 27.4 (Winter 2002-03).
  • “Stars and Stripes: Forever,” Women in Judaism: Contemporary Writings (Fall 2002).
  • “Meeting the Family,” Facets (Summer 2002).
  • “The Professor’s Tale,” The Dudley Review 8 (2002).
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