A Question of Value: Stories from the Life of an Auctioneer, Published by The University of North Carolina Press, 2024
May We All Remember Well: A Journal of the History and Cultures of Western North Carolina,                                      
edited by Robert Brunk, Published by Brunk Auctions
            Volume One, 1997
            Volume Two, 2001, selected for the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award by the Western North Carolina
Historical Association


The Fallen Bird,” Bear River Review, 2011
“A Samuel Beckett Song,” The Michigan Quarterly Review, Fall 2013, Listed as Notable Essay, The       
Best American Essays, 2014
“A Deep Longing For Closure,” Bear River Review 2013
“Selling Everything,” The Iowa Review, Spring, 2014,
Listed as Notable Essay, The Best American Essays, 2015
“To Calm the Angry Seas,” Bear River Review, 2014
The Meaning of Ablaqueate,” Witness, Spring 2015
“The Day Elvis Presley Died,” The Gettysburg Review, Summer 2015
“We Shall All Be Forgotten,” North Dakota Quarterly, 2015, Listed as Notable Essay, The Best American Essays, 2016
“The Scent of Strangers,” storySouth, Fall 2015 (online)
“Chopping Up A Car,” Bear River Review, 2015
“My Land,” Chautauqua, 2016
“Talking to a Stone Wall,” Ninth Letter13:1
Not From Around Here,” The Baltimore Review, Fall 2016 (online)
“Guiding Voices, Finding Grace Through Shape-Note Singing,” Virginia Quarterly Review, Winter 2016
Wade Gutherie and I Bury A Mule,” Salt Hill 37
“A Mennonite Soldier,” Under the Sun 2016, (online)
“The Flute Player,” Isthmus, 2016, Issue No. 6
“My Life With Cows: A Lamentation,” The Cincinnati Review, Summer 2017
“A Conceptual Work of Art,” Alaska Quarterly Review, winter/spring , 2018
 “A Boy wearing Red Shorts,” Deerfield Matters, April, 2019


“The Relationship,” The Dunes Review, Summer/Fall 2015


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