“The Tumbleweeds” — Tales From the Foxes’ Den: 2015 Anthology, 2015

What Has Become of Us” — Still: The Journal, #16 Fall, 2014, Judge’s Choice in Literary Contest, 2014

“A Trail of Bread Crumbs” — South Carolina Arts Commission Fiction Project, 2005

“The U-Turn” — South Carolina Arts Commission Fiction Project, 1991


“Edisto’s Hidden Treasure”South Carolina Wildlife, September/October 2009

                   Botany Bay Plantation Wildlife Management Area on South Carolina’s Edisto Island.

“Going with the Flow” — South Carolina Wildlife, May/June 2009

                    How the state balances the water needs of people and wildlife

“Rocky Road to Recovery” — South Carolina Wildlife, March/April 2005

                    South Carolina’s Bulls Island plays a crucial role in the Red Wolf Recovery Program.

“Wildlife at Water Level” — South Carolina Wildlife, September/October 2004

                     Responsible wildlife watching while kayaking


“The Clean-Up Crew” — Pine Mountain Sand and Gravel: Contemporary Appalachian Writing, Volume 13, March 2009

When Bison Gawk Back, It’s Smart to Back Down” — High Country News, October 30, 2006.

This essay also appeared in The Denver Post on November 5, 2006, as “In the Eyes of a Herd of Buffalo” and also in other western U.S. newspapers.

“The River at Flood Stage”Catfish Stew: Tender Morsels of Fine Southern Literature, Volume III, 2005, awarded Best of Issue

“The Irony of Growth” — Congaree Chronicle, Sierra Club, South Carolina Chapter, August 2004

“All Polluters Great and Small” — Congaree Chronicle, Sierra Club, South Carolina Chapter, September/October 2003

“How Can We Teach Our Children What We Believe?” — Daughters of Sarah, September/October 1990