Looking For Przybylski, 2012, The Permanent Press
                                          After Lyletown, 2011 The Permanent Press.
                                          Inland, 2006 ,The Permanent Press.
                                          Accomplices, 2003, The Permanent Press
                                          The Fourteenth Day
, 2000, The Permanent Press.
                                          Country of Memory, 1998, The Permanent Press.

Short Stories

"The Walleye Capital of the World," Ascent, November, 2019.
"How You Get Here,"  Ascent, November, 2018.
"Refuge," Kenyon Review On-line, March-April, 2018.
"Sleepers," Masque and Spectacle, March, 2018.
"Fresh Paint," Ninth Letter, Winter, 2018.
"It Takes a Village," Flash Fiction, March 2, 2017.
"The Tongues of Angels," The Missouri Review (Winter,2016) 171-178.
"Old School," Hobart, December 23, 2016.

        "Herons," Gravel, May, 2016.
        "Nikitin," The Missouri Review (Winter,2015), 11-26.
        “Starshower,” Ascent,21(Fall,1996), 36-43.
        “Your Own Darkness,” Ascent,20(Spring,1996)10-20.
        “In a Cold Country,” Ascent,19(Fall,1994),18-26.
        "Getting to April," Other Voices, 17(Fall, 1992), 59-65.

"Looking for the Wind," Beloit Fiction Journal,7, Numbers 1 & 2 (Fall, 1992 ),111-119.
"White Nights of Saratoga," The Pinehurst Journal(Summer, 1992), 40-41.
"I Am the Other," Fiction International, 21(Spring,1992) 17-31.
"The Dogs of Carrboro," West Branch, 27(Fall, 1990), 51-57.
"Ambush," Carolina Quarterly,43,1(Fall,1990),71-80.
"Among the Survivors," Ascent,15,1(1990), 12-19.

         "Patria," Fiction International, 18/2(Spring,1990), 3-13.
        "Teddy's Canary," Other Voices, 11(Fall,1989), 72-73.
        "Adding On," Epoch, 38-3(1989 Series), 280-90.
        "Gratitude,” Other Voices, 6/7(Fall, 1987), 96-100.
        "Trailer to Shreveport," Alaska Quarterly Review, Vol. 6 (Fall/Winter,1987), 55-59.
        "No Fingerprints," Quarterly West, Spring, 1987, 104-108.

"When Cyril Danced With My Sister," Crazyquilt, 2,2 (June,1987), 15-20.
"Fifty-Seven Miles," High Plains Literary Review,II,1 (Spring,1987), 57-66.
"Cyril Falling," Ascent, 12:2(Spring, 1987), 43-59.
"All of China," Kansas Quarterly, 18(Winter/Spring,1986), 215-23.
"Time Change," Other Voices, 4(Fall, 1986), 91-99.
"A Bit of Bad Music," West Branch, 18(Summer, 1986),65-73.

        "Remember, Johnny," The Harbor Review, #5-6(Spring,1986),47-51.
        "October Softball," Epoch, 34:2(1984-85 Series), 112-17.
        "In Lynchburg," Nantucket Review, Spring, 1985, 34-36.
        "The Last Day of All Time," West Branch, Fall, 1984, 59-70.
        "Everybody's Got a Hungry Heart," Quarterly West ,Fall/Winter, 1983-84, 68-79.
        "Long Dry Finger of God," Ascent, Spring, 1983, 18-21.

"Horse," Epoch, Fall/Winter, 1982, 26-33.
"Painted Daisies," Kansas Quarterly, Summer/Fall, 1981, 161-70.
"Ziggy Gets the Message," Epoch, Fall, 1979, 48-60.
"Goodbye, Mr. Drake," Kansas Quarterly, Winter, 1976,81-93.
"That Other Place," Epoch, Spring, 1975, 227-42.
"Who Has Seen the Brain Police?" Epoch, Spring, 1973, 326-42.

        "California Dreams," Shenandoah, Spring, 1973, 71-89.
        "Spencer," Wascana Review, Fall, 1972, 15-25.
        "Viewing," Four Quarters, Autumn, 1972, 29-40.
         "A Peak in Detroit," Ohio Review, Spring, 1972, 56-68.
        "A Still Life," Carleton Miscellany, Fall/Winter, 1971-72, 91-105.
        "One of Us," Epoch, Winter, 1971, 121-30.

"What Can You Do With a Fish?" Shenandoah, Fall, 1971,67-82.
"Extra Innings," Epoch, Fall, 1969, 36-48.
"Whose Country Have I Come to Now?" Epoch, Winter, 1968, 109-34.
"All the Shortstops in Ohio," Sage, Fall, 1967, 271-80.
"Suitors, Shooters," University Review, Summer, 1965, 265-72.
"Eugene and Me," Epoch, Spring, 1965, 251-63.


"The Shoulder of Orion," biostories, November 11, 2017.

Awards and Other Recognition

Guest Speaker, 7th Annual Shaun O’Connell Lecture, University of Massachusetts/Boston, 2011.
Inland, winner of the PEN/L.L. Winship award for fiction, 2007.                                                                                                              
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, 1993.                                                                                                                                      Residency at Yaddo, Summers of 1991, 1989, 1983 and 1981.

“Teddy’s Canary,” translated into Farsi by Asadollah Amraee for his anthology, Behtarin Bache ye Alam,    ( Shoola Publications,       Tehran)                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

“Patria” anthologized in Sacred Ground: Writings About Home(Milkweed Editions, 1996), 289-303.                                          

"Teddy's Canary," anthologized in Flash Fiction: Very Short Stories, (W. W. Norton,1992), 148-51.                                                

"Patria" cited for "Special Mention" in Pushcart Prize: XVI (1991-92).                                                                                                           "Adding On" selected for inclusion among "100 Distinctive Stories" in Best American Short Stories of 1991.

"What Can You Do With a Fish?" anthologized in The Graywolf Annual Seven: Stories From the American Mosaic (Graywolf Press,1990),45-62.
"What Can You Do With a Fish?" anthologized in Concert at Chopin’s House: a Collection of Polish-American Writing (New     Rivers Press, 1987), 27-43.
"Everybody's Got a Hungry Heart" selected for inclusion among "Outstanding Writers," Pushcart Prize:X(1986).
"Goodbye, Mr. Drake" selected for inclusion among "Distinctive Stories" in Best American Short Stories of 1977.
"That Other Place" selected for inclusion on "Roll of Honor" in Best American Short Stories of 1976

"California Dreams" selected for inclusion on "Roll of Honor" in Best American Short Stories of 1974.
"Goodbye, Mr. Drake" selected for Honorable Mention in 1975 Kansas Quarterly Story Awards (Judge: John Cheever).
"A Still Life" selected for inclusion among "Distinctive Stories" in Best American Short Stories of 1973.                                                  

"A Peak in Detroit" selected for inclusion among "Distinctive Stories" in Best American Short stories of 1973.                                  "Extra Innings" selected for inclusion among "Distinctive Stories" in Best American Short Stories of 1970.