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I Felt the End Before It Came: Memoirs of a Queer Ex-Jehovah's Witness, Penguin Canada (forthcoming 2023)

Mouthquake (with an Afterword by Sarah Schulman), Arsenal Pulp Press, 2015

Basement of Wolves, Arsenal Pulp Press, 2012

Krakow Melt, Arsenal Pulp Press, 2010

Shuck, Arsenal Pulp Press, 2008

ESSAYS (selected)

"Concrete Dreams" in Letters from Montreal, an anthology edited by Madi Haslam, Véhicule Press, Fall 2022

"You Can't Blame Movers for Everything Broken" in The Malahat Review, Summer 2022

"Death Trap" in The Florida Review, Fall 2021

"Occult Following" in Maisonneuve, Fall 2021, excerpted in Reader's Digest Canada, May 2022

"My Heart is a Bibliography" in Catapult, July 2021

"The Witness is Complicit," in TriQuarterly, Winter 2021, reprinted as "Conflagration and Catastrophe: On Jehovah's Witnesses and the Doom of COVID-19" in Literary Hub, January 2021

"After Leaving the Jehovah's Witnesses, I Am Writing My Way to the Truth," in Electric Literature, October 2020

"The Glow of Electrum," in The Malahat Review, Summer 2020, with interview on the essay. The essay is a finalist for a 2021 National Magazine Award in Personal Journalism, Notable Essays and Literary Nonfiction of 2020 (Best American Essays 2021)

"A Vocabulary for Apostates," in The Rumpus, May 2020

"Headstrong," in Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, Spring 2019