Dan Reiter lives on a dissolving barrier island in Florida.

His experiments with short-form fiction have been published in print or online at Tin House, Shenandoah, McSweeney's, Florida Review, Kenyon Review, American Short Fiction and elsewhere.

His non-fiction appears in newspapers and magazines like Surfer, The Offing, and USA Today.

He is working on longer things. Or surfing.

Journals & Magazines

American Short Fiction
Kenyon Review
Surfer Magazine
Brooklyn Magazine
The Rumpus
The Offing
Tin House Flash Fridays
McSweeney's Internet Tendency
USA Today
The Sun-Sentinel
The Orlando Sentinel
Florida Today
New World Writing
The Florida Review
Red Rock Review
Burrow Press Review
Fantastic Floridas
Word Riot
10,000 Tons of Black Ink
Bartleby Snopes
Eastern Surf Magazine
Cease, Cows
The Beachside Resident
Spork Press

Awards & Mentions

Disquiet International Literary Longlist

Ploughshares blog: Literary Magazine Story of the Week

Bartleby Snopes Story of the Month

Boulevard Short Fiction Contest Honorable Mention

Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest Runner-up

Glimmer Train Emerging Writer Honorable Mention

The Florida Review Editor's Award Winner in Fiction

UNO Press Lab 2020 Semi-finalist

Short-listed for the 2020 Black Lawrence Press Hudson Prize

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