W. Andrew Ewell is an assistant professor of English at the University of Kentucky and the author of numerous short stories and essays.


TriQuarterly, "Boatyard," Issue 150, Summer 2016.

Salon, "We Must Stop Praying to Our iPhones: Dissent and Critical Thinking in the Internet Era," October 11, 2014.

Salon, “Does the iPad Deserve to Exist?: What Apple’s Tablet Has in Common with Frankenstein’s Monster,” July 18, 2013.

The Chattahoochee Review, “Tenants,” 32:1, 2012.

Salon, It’s a Wonderful Life: Occupy Bedford Falls!” December 7, 2012.

Salon, “Mark Twain Invented Mitt: How Huck Finn Predicted the 2012 Campaign,” July 6, 2012.

Five Chapters, “At the Jack Jouett Motel,” March 2011.

The Madison Review, “The Boy Who Killed Math,” Spring 2009.

Narrative, “Pryor,” April 2009.

The Lifted Brow, “The Doctors of Downlands,” issue 4, 2009.

Meridian, “Everything in Its Place,” issue 19, 2007.

Smithsonian, “Frost Bite,” March 2007.