Poet & Fiction Writer
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Fiction

Chapbook

The Boy with Fire in His Mouth (Epiphany Editions, 2014).

“Woolfitt blurs boundaries between poetry and prose as easily as he blurs the borders between countries. The characters here possess a dizzying array of problems, an equally broad array of passions, but Woolfitt casts an empathetic, lyrical eye on each person, each story.” – Caitlin Horrocks, author of This Is Not Your City

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Stories

2016
Tahoma Literary Review: “What the Beech Tree Knows” 
r.k.v.r.y.: Hatchlings 

2015
Epoch: “Yellow Transparent”
Santa Monica Review: “The Lepers of Siberia”

2014
Bellevue Literary Review: “Spotted Dog”

2013
Tin House online: “The Labor of Her Hands”
Relief: “Thief in the Night”
Michigan Quarterly Review: “Glady Run”
Appalachian Heritage: “Daughter with a Star on Her Brow”
Qwerty: “The Tales Told About Sister”

2012
New Ohio Review: “Wax Museum” and “Crow”
Ninth Letter: “Sons with Apples in Their Hands”
Bellingham Review: “Birch Peel”
Fiction Southeast: “The Boy with Fire in His Mouth” (revision of “Renunciation”)
Sakura Review: “House with Two Doors” and “Kanawha Street”

2011
Joyland: “Dead Air” 
Bluestem: “Fiberglass Beauty”
Pebble Lake Review: “Summer in Giverny”
Tiferet, 12 Words of Holy Days: “The Children’s Book of the Nativity”