Writer and Teacher
Andrew graduated from Saint Mary's College of California with his Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. His work has appeared in The Saturday Evening Post's Great American Fiction Contest, Abstract Magazine TV, The Main Street Rag, San Antonio Review, Dream Pop, Cleaver, Flash Fiction Magazine, Blue Fifth Review, Maudlin House, BlazeVOX, The Rush, Yes Poetry, Glassworks, Reed Magazine, Crack the Spine, Poetry Nation, Emerge Literary Journal, P.Q. Leer, Golden Sparrow Literary Review, The Lookout Mountain Mirror, The Argonaut, and Mary: A Journal of New Writing with new work forthcoming in Tipton Poetry Journal, Canyon Voices, Tule Review, I-70 Review, Surfaces.cx, and Dead Mule: The School of Southern Literature.
His poetry was officially long-listed for Quiddity's 2019 Linda Hodge Bromberg Award, as well as the 2018 Troubadour International Poetry Prize, and was also unofficially recognized as honorable mention for the 46th New Millennium Writing Awards. His fiction was on the unofficial list of favorites for the Pleiades R.M. Kinder Award for Realistic Fiction, advanced to the semi-finals in the American Short(er) Fiction Contest, and was unofficially named top ten finalist for the 46th New Millennium Writing Awards. He was officially selected as an International Merit Award winner for the Atlanta Review 2019 International Poetry Competition. Andrew is more than grateful for any time or attention that his work receives. He withdraws his work immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.
"Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass."
— Anton Chekhov
— Anton Chekhov