This is a free digital version of this novella, which originally appeared in an anthology.

Short Stories

‘The Snow Catches Up’ (The Baltimore Review)

‘To See What We Could See’ (Cease, Cows)

‘South of Hartford’ (Necessary Fiction)

‘Road to Haines’ (The Adirondack Review)

‘He Pulled Me From the Sea’ (Smokelong Quarterly)

“Daisy” in the Freshwater Review (2021)

“Chucktown” in Vagabonds (2019)

“Everything Comes Together” in the Willesden Herald (2018)

“Big Silver Machine” in Beautiful Loser Magazine (2017)

“Yellow Pages” in Dual Coast Magazine (2016)

“Stickman” in the Stockholm Review of Literature (2016)

“Wherever You’re Going” in Two Cities Review (2015)

“Red Tide” in Nomadic Review (2015)

“Rosie” in El Portal Review (2015)

“Lenny and Tria” in Seltzer (2013)

“Digger” in Main Street Rag’s Suicidally Beautiful: A Collection of Sports Stories (2012)

“He Pulled Me From the Sea” in Smokelong Quarterly’s Best of the First 10 Years Anthology (2012)

“Shipping 82” in the Monadnock Writer’s Memory Anthology (2011)

“Pancake” in Kansas City Voices (2011)

“First Snow” in the Write Action Anthology (2010)

“Beauty” in Necessary Fiction (2009)

“Something to Show You” in L Magazine (2009)

“The Great Big Nothing” in GUD Magazine (2009)

“Downland” in the Taj Mahal Review (2008)

“Blowfish” in Birmingham Arts Journal (2007)

“T Shirt Lady” in 21 Stars Review (2007)

“Fogcutter” in 34th Parallel (2007)

“Headless Ignatz” in Hot Metal Press (2006)

“Other People’s Dogs” in Cantaraville (2006)

“Inspirations” in Johnny America (2005)

“Hurricane Mothman” in the East Hampton Star (2005)

“Dublin Winter” in Broken Bridge Review (2004)

“Dancing Santa” in Melic Review (2004)

“First Ride” in City Writers Review (2003)


Frank’s short stories have won the following awards: 2021 Rose Warner Prize in Fiction (Short Story: Daisy); 2017 Beautiful Loser Magazine: First Prize, Annual Fiction Competition (Short Story: Big Silver Machine); 2013 Sustainable Arts Foundation Grant Award Winner (Short Fiction); 2011 Pen Parentis Fellowship Winner (Short Story: South of Hartford).

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