“What To Expect When You’re Becoming a Chimera.” Paper Darts (2018). Print.
“There Are Songs That Only Echo in the Belly of the Sea.” SmokeLong Quarterly (2017). Online.
“Salamander Season.” Midwestern Gothic (2017). Print.
“Shiva for Aunt Ruby.” Anthropoid (2016). Online.
“The Donner Party On the Q Train.” The New Yorker (2018). Online.
“I Believe Every Child Is Precious, Except For the Ones We’re Locking Up In Cages.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (2018). Online.
“As Senator, I Have No Choice But To Accept Donations From This Churning Vortex of Death That Ate Your Children.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (2018). Online.
“As White House Physician, I Certify This Bloated Pig Rectum Filled With Bees Is Fit To Be President.” The Belladonna Comedy (2018). Online.
“Listen Up, Bitches: It’s Lysistrata Time!” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (2017). Online.
“A Mother’s Curse For Congress After It Let CHIP Funding For Nine Million Children Expire.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (2017). Online.
“I’m Totally Cool With the Collapse of the Health Care System Because I Have a Jade Egg in My Vagina.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (2017). Online.
“Official Bylaws of Girl Scouts MC Troop 55: Daughters of Hell Council.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (2015). Online.
“Comfort Pants Nation.” Woolly (2017). Print/Online.
“My Jewish Daughter Loves Jesus.” Kveller (2015). Online.
“Smoke and Mirrors: An Interview with Rebecca Saltzman.” Interview with Kristen Arnett. SmokeLong Quarterly. (2017)
Rebecca Saltzman’s writing appears in The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, SmokeLong Quarterly, Paper Darts, and elsewhere. She is an incoming MFA student at New York University. She has experience as a freelance editor with Lark Books, as a labor and delivery doula, and as a zoo storyteller, and completed an internship in archiving antique photographs at the Smithsonian. Rebecca currently lives outside New York City with her husband and their children. Follow her on Twitter @beccasaltz and on Instagram @flourcitygirl.