Fiction, Etc.

David K. Gibson is the author of works of short fiction and creative nonfiction that have appeared online at X-R-A-Y, Invisible City, WigleafMcSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and in print in HarperCollins’ May Contain Nuts: A Very Loose Canon of American Humor and (upcoming) Best Small Fictions 2022. He is recent graduate of the MFA program in Creative Writing at the University of Central Florida, where wrote a collection of short stories titled In the Call Center at the Navel of the World.

The Book of Intracticus, the Second Person to be Swallowed by a Whale

Invisible City Literary Journal
Baby That Baby” (Finalist, 2021 Flash Creative Nonfiction Contest)

Live Maine Lobsters
Dear Wigleaf” (Chosen as Mythic Picnic Pick, September 2021)

McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
Six Places We May Have Met
Sinatron, Out of Control


Best Small Fictions 2022, Sonder Press
“Live Maine Lobsters”

May Contain Nuts: The Best Contemporary Humor, HarperCollins
“Synesthesia,” “Dear Editor,” and “Sinatron, Out of Control”