Publications

Novels

Awake (New York: Henry Holt, and Co., 2004)

  • Softcover edition (New York: Harcourt Brace/Harvest, 2005).

The Honey Thief (New York: Hyperion, 1999).

  • Softcover edition (Harcourt Brace/Harvest, 2000/2001)
  • British editions (London: The Women’s Press, 2000, 2001)
  • German edition (Munich: List Taschenbuch Verlag, 2000)
  • Hebrew Edition (Tel Aviv: Kinneret Publishing, 2001)
  • Chinese edition, (Vintage International, 2003)
  • Large print edition (Thorndike Press, 1999)
  • Braille Edition (Braille Books, 2005)

Unravelling (New York: Hyperion,1997)

  • Softcover edition (New York: Harcourt Brace/Harvest, 1999)

Short Story Collection

Have You Seen Me? (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1991)

  • Softcover edition (New Jersey: Ecco Press, 1993)

Anthologized Work

“The Mourning Door”

  • Best American Short Stories 2001, Barbara Kingsolver, guest ed., Katrina Kenison, ed. (Houghton Mifflin, 2001). 85-97.
  • Prize Stories 2001: The O. Henry Awards, Guest Editors: Mary Gordon, Michael Chabon, Mona Simpson; series editor, Larry Dark, (Anchor/Doubleday). 191-199.
  • Pushcart Prize XXVI: Best of the Small Presses, Bill Henderson, ed. (Pushcart Press, 2002). 256-265.
  • Behind the Short Story: From First to Final Draft, Todd Pierce and Ryan Van Cleave, eds. (Allyn & Bacon/Longman, forthcoming 2005).
  • Out of the Blue Writers Unite, Timothy Gager, ed. (T. Gager Press, 2003).
  • Lincoln by Lincoln, Reflections on a Massachusetts Town at 250, Mary Ann Hales, ed. (Cottage Press: 2004).
  • Before: Stories of Pregnancy from Our Top Writers, Emily Franklin, ed. (New York: Overlook Press, 2006): 63-7

“Have You Seen Me?”

  • 20: Best of the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, John Edgar Wideman, ed. (U. of Pittsburgh Press, 2001): 210-225.
  • Sacred Ground: Writings About Home, Barbara Bonner, ed. (Milkweed Editions: 1996): 150-16

“Surtsey”

  • Passing the Word: Writers on their Mentors, Jeffrey Skinner & Lee Martin, eds. (Louisville: Sarabande Books, 2001). 131-152.

“Two Baths”

  • Best American Essays, 1998, Robert Atwan, ed., Cynthia Ozick, guest ed., Robert Atwan, ed. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1999)
  • American Fiction, Vol. 9, A. Davis, M. White, eds. (New Rivers Press: 1997): 23-35. Story chosen by Joyce Carol Oates.

“A Place Not There”

  • Best Underground Fiction, Scott Miles, ed. (Stolen Time Publishing, 2006), eds. Scott Miles and Jeff Mikos. 198-211.
  • An Intricate Weave: Women Write About Girls and Girlhood, Marlene Miller, ed. (Iris Editions: 1997): 184-196.

“What Kind of Girl”

  • Lost On Purpose: Women in the City, Amy Prior, ed. (Seal Press/Avalon Books, 2004): 153-166.

“Mammals”

  • Chick-Lit 2: New Women’s Fiction Anthology, C. Mazza, J. DeShell, E. Sheffield, eds. (Fiction Collective 2: 1996): 106-113.

” Between”

  • Strictly Casual: Fiction By Women On Love, Amy Prior, ed. (Serpent’s Tail, UK: 2003): 1-19.
  • Inappropriate Random: Stories on Sex and Love, Amy Prior, ed. (Seal Press, New York, 2003). 1-22.
  • Prize Stories 1996: The O. Henry Awards, William Abrahams, ed. (Anchor/Doubleday: 1996): 285-300.
  • Adult Development and Learning: Multicultural Stories, S. Merriam and L. Baumgartner, eds. (Kreiger: 1999): 129-141.

“The Boy Who Fell Forty Feet”

  • Prize Stories 1994: The O. Henry Awards (Anchor/Doubleday: 1994): 216-228.

“Three Mothers”

  • Writers Harvest, William Shore, ed. (Harcourt Brace: 1994): 268-265.

“The Body Shop”

  • Best American Short Stories, 1991 (Houghton Mifflin: 1991): 194-208. Selected by Alice Adams.

“Square Dance”

  • Street Songs I: New Voices in Fiction, Jane Hill, ed. (Longstreet Press: 1990): 78-96.

Short Fiction                                                                                                              

  • “He Goes”  Official Catalogue of Potential Literature (Cow Heavy Press, 2011 (Ed. Ben Segal) and on-line in Continent (2011).
  • “Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4” Hayden’s Ferry Review, Issue 48,Spring- Summer, 2011
  • “Flatiron” Art on Art, Modernist Press, 2011 (Ed. Steve Soucy)
  • “Flatiron” commissioned for “Stories on Stage,” WBEZ Radio, Chicago, IL; performed on January 10, 2004, and subsequently broadcast nationally on NPR.
  • “The Mourning Door” Ploughshares, Vol. 26 #2&3, Gish Jen, guest ed. (Summer, 2000):
  • 80-89.
  • “Surtsey” Doubletake (Summer, 2000): 92-98.
  • “Touch and Go” Story, (Autumn, 1999): 42-49.
  • “Dream of the Stolen Skirt” Fiction, Vol.14, #2 (Summer 1997): 213-214.
  • “A Place Not Here” Columbia: A Magazine of Poetry and Prose 27 (Fall 1996): 141-149.
  • “Vines and Other Climbing Plants” Story (Summer 1996): 12-24.
  • “Halogen” Glimmer Train, Issue 16 (Fall 1995): 69-86.
  • “What Kind of Boy” Southwest Review, Vol. 80, #2 & 3 , (Spring/ Summer 1995) 260-271.
  • “Scavenger Bird” Ploughshares, Vol. 21, No. 1, Gary Soto, guest ed. (Spring, 1995): 94-108.
  • “Between” Story (Autumn 1994): 44-55.
  • “Have You Seen Me?” Antaeus 67 (Autumn 1991): 20-33.
  • “The Counting Game.” Seventeen (October 1991): 112-124.
  • “The Blue Hour” Prism International 29, 2 (January 1991): 63-73.
  • “The Boy Who Fell Forty Feet” Stanford Humanities Review (Winter 1991).
  • “Yellow Tent” Southwest Review 75, I (Autumn 1990): 539-551.
  • “The Skyscrapers” River Styx 31 (Summer 1990): 14-17.
  • “The Body Shop” Southern Review 26 (April 1990): 436-448.
  • “Square Dance” Story (Autumn 1990): 25-35.

Creative Non-Fiction

  • “Migrate” Seneca Review, Special Double Issue on the Lyric Body, eds. Steve Kuusisto, Ralph James Saverese (Spring 2010, Vol. 39, #1-2).
  • “Gathered” Why I’m Still Married: Women Write Their Hears Out About Sex,Love, Betrayal, Loss and Who Does the Dishes, Karen Propp and Jean Troustine, eds., (New York: Hudson Street Press/Plume, 2006). 143-156.
  • “Something to Tell You” Searching for Mary Poppins: Women Writers Write About the Intense Relationship Between Mothers and Nannies, Gina Hyams, Susan Davis, eds. (New York: Hudson Street Press/Plume, 2006): 99-112.
  • “The Long Good-bye”Parenting, August 2005.
  • “Play” Self, September 2004.
  • “Where Imagination Meets Memory” Wesleyan Magazine, Summer 2004.
  • “On Being Still” Self , July 2001. 165-166.
  • “A Double Kind of Knowing” Passing the Word: Writers on their Mentors, Jeffrey Skinner and Lee Martin, eds. (Louisville: Sarabande Books, 2001). 125-130.
  • “Detail Work” Boston College Magazine, Spring 1999: 33-35.
  • “Two Baths” Shendandoah 47/1 (Spring 1997): 62-72.
  • “Three Mothers” Boston Review XIX, 2 (April/May 1994): 32-33.

Poetry

  • “Net” Tikkun 10, #5 (September/October 1995): 1.
  • “I Tell Myself” Boulevard 10, #3 (Fall 1995): 166-167.

Short Fiction/Essays Published in Translation

  • “The Mourning Door” (in Japanese), The Writer
  • “Two Baths” (in Japanese). Translation of Best American Essays ’98 (DHC 1999): 250-265.
  • “Yellow Tent” (in Dutch). Groene Viva (May 1992): 54-57.
  • “The Body Shop”(in Indonesian). “Voice of America” Radio (January 1992).
  • “Yellow Tent”(in Norwegian). Kvinner og Klaer (Spring 1992).
  • “Music for Four Doors”(in Norwegian). Kvinner og Klaer (August 1992).

Criticism/Writing on Craft

Book Reviews

  • New York Times Book Review, May 22, 2001: Suzanne Berne’s A Perfect Arrangement
  • Chicago Tribune, April 23, 2000: Francine Prose’s Blue Angel
  • New York Times Book Review, August 15, 1999: Nikki Gemmell’s Alice Springs.
  • New York Times Book Review, August 16, 1998: Susan Dodd’s The Mourner’s Bench.
  • Chicago Tribune, April 12, 1998: Jane Smiley’s The All-True Travels and Adventures of Lidie Newton.
  • Chicago Tribune, March 8, 1998: Nancy Lemann’s The Fiery Pantheon.
  • Chicago Tribune, December 21, 1997: Jonis Agee’s South of Resurrection.
  • Boston Globe, March 23, 1997: Elizabeth Berg’s Joy School.
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