The Sandhill Review is Saint Leo University's literary magazine. I was published in it twice while I was an undergraduate, both times with a piece of nonfiction prose. As an alum, I am eligible to submit to the magazine again and intend to do so in the future.
The Lions' Pride
The Lions' Pride is Saint Leo University's student newspaper. I worked with the Pride on a few occasions as part of a project. Most notably, I worked as part of a PR team who interacted with newspaper staff as my team represented the university during an accidental death lawsuit in a simulated reality event. However, I myself only contributed a single piece to the paper, which served as the headline article for the Valentine's Day 2017 edition of the paper.
I have several creative projects which I am currently working on. "That is Not a Road" is a single story which I eventually hope to include in a collection of several lifeguard related hijinks. Similarly, "The Well Witcher" is one story which will hopefully be part of the larger autobiography/memoirs of my grandfather, which I am helping him to write. I have recently submitted a short story, "Easter Sunday," to a few literary journals. Finally, I have a science fiction fantasy novel which I have been working on off and on for years which I am finally starting to make real progress on. Stay tuned.