"If Not for the Melon," published by Earnshaw Books in the literary anthology While We're Here. Buy here. Read here.


"White Wedding, Red Wedding," originally published in the Spring 2016 issue of Sage Magazine. Download here. Read here.


"Strangers In a Place Called Home," originally published in Issue Two of LOST Magazine. Buy here. Read here.


"Kaleidoscope So Innocent," published in the Circularity issue of Klipspringer Magazine. Read here.


"The Good Nurses of Busia County," originally published in The Huffington Post. Read here.




"Classifieds" (8:40), performed live at the May 27, 2015 event Scotch & Stories: A Writer's Night from the Anthill, at The Bookworm Beijing. Read here.


"I Won’t Be Home for Christmas, Again" (43:36), featured on the In Transit episode of The Second Page, a storytelling radio show hosted by Harris Lapiroff. Read here.


"Getting Lucky in Kentucky," produced for Oberlin OutLoud about a spring break service learning trip with Open Ground in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Read more here.




“Bright Lights, Nothing’s Alright” (Screenwriter), a short film about a narcoleptic from the United States who exposes his new life in rural China as an English teacher. Winner of the Encouragement Award at the 2011 DVXuser FictionFEST Contest.


"It's Not Jackie Chan" (Co-Screenwriter and Actor), the pilot episode of a sitcom about seven foreigners who discover the pitfalls of friendship, dating, and cultural differences in rural China. Based on the popular '90s sitcom Family Matters.