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Short Story. West Branch Wired, May 2015

There was a man whose face fell off. It fell right into the bowl of soup he’d been eating.

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Short story. Catch & Release, June 2014

Good evening, and welcome to another exciting episode of Dig Deeper! Our first guest tonight is a turnip.

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Debut novel available now

Douglas Watson's debut novel, published by Outpost19

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Short story. Epiphany, Winter/Spring 2013-2014

Dear Employee: Thank you for your quarter-century of devoted service. You are no longer needed. Goodbye.

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Book of short stories available now

Douglas Watson's debut story collection, published by BOA Editions

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Author interview. One Story: Feb. 2013

Often I come up with the title first, or else I write a first sentence and go on from there to the second sentence, and so on.

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Short story. Tin House’s Flash Fridays blog: Oct. 2011

Well, so there’s life on the moon. Little spiderlike things, they say—a marvelous discovery.

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Short story. Fifty-two Stories: June 2010

The trouble: You want Thing A but are stuck with Thing B. Shit, you say, turning Thing B around in…

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Short story. The Journal: Spring/Summer 2011

There once was a boy who loved his mother very much and was loved by her very much. Every night she…

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Short story. The Journal: Spring/Summer 2011

Jacob Livesey entered the world via his mother during a period of growth in the manufacturing sector…

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Short stories and nonfiction pieces

“Pink Slip,” Epiphany  “What I Did on My Summer Vacation,” Salt Hill, Spring 2013…