Tucker Lieberman’s fiction is in Burning House, “100 Stories,” Cerurove, Clay Literary’s “Raven,” Detritus, Emerge Literary, Glossolalia, Knight’s Library, Orphaned Laser Wolfhound, Paragraph Planet, Re-side, and the anthologies No Bars and a Dead Battery (2018), I Didn’t Break the Lamp (2019), a STORGY Flash Fiction chapbook (2019), and Trans-Galactic Bike Ride (2021).

Book cover: Trans-Galactic Bike RideTrans-Galactic Bike Ride: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories of Transgender and Nonbinary Adventurers – Elly Blue Publishing – It is a finalist for a 2021 Lambda Literary Award in the “Transgender Fiction” category! Place your order direct through Microcosm. (The cover was revealed on LGBTQ Reads, and the Kickstarter ended in June 2020. Thanks to everyone who helped fund it!) My story, “Lucy Doesn’t Get Angry,” is included.
Book cover: I Didn't Break the LampI Didn’t Break the Lamp: Historical Accounts of Imaginary Acquaintances – DefCon One, October 15, 2019. My story, “Exit Interview,” is included in this anthology. “Are they in our imagination, or are we in theirs? Mad Scientist Journal has brought together twenty-six tales of people with uncertain existence.”
Book cover: STORGY Flash Fiction 2019STORGY Flash Fiction 2019 – STORGY, December 2, 2019. This collection includes my flash fiction story, “Ink Stain,” which was “highly commended” in the STORGY Magazine Flash Fiction Competition 2019!
Book cover: No Bars and a Dead BatteryNo Bars and a Dead Battery – Owl Canyon Press, September 28, 2018. My story, “Team 158,” is included in this anthology of 26 stories chosen from nearly a thousand entries to the 2018 Owl Canyon Press Short Story Hackathon challenge, “a mix of both seasoned and emerging writers whose astonishing and entertaining works span the wide ranging landscape of emotions from happiness to grief.”
Thoughts and Prayers CorporationThoughts and Prayers Corporation (published February 2018) is 99 cents for Amazon Kindle only. Even on good days, but especially when things go wrong, everyone wants to offer goodwill but no one wants to do anything. That’s why we’re introducing new products: mass-produced Thoughts and Prayers. They’re exactly what people want to have on hand for emergencies. In this pamphlet, we share answers to our Frequently Asked Questions. (Hey, and this book has a Facebook page!)
Book cover: PokerfacePokerface (published June 2018) is 99 cents for Amazon Kindle only. Jack, a private eye in New York City in 1940, searches for a missing ruby after he is hired by a Brooklyn man who dabbles in ancient Egyptian magic. It might take multiple detectives to solve this one. A short story with a touch of the supernatural. In June 2018, over three hundred people entered the giveaway for a free copy! Thanks so much for your interest!

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100 Stories
* “The Princess Who Slept Through the Pandemic” – March 2, 2021
This story was named as one of the three winners of the contest.

Emerge Literary Journal
* “The Fortune is Let Go” – Issue 16, November 2020

Raven (from Clay Literary)
* “Obnoxious Yellow Cow” – Issue 1, July 19, 2020

Orphaned Laser Wolfhound
* “Midnight Ride” – Oct. 31, 2019

Knight’s Library
* “The Baby-Sitters Sit in Front of the TV” – Fall 2019 (download PDF), Sept. 1, 2019

* “Someone Who Isn’t Amielle” – Issue 1, August 31, 2019

* “Creation” – Issue 3, December 23, 2019
* “A Dialogue of Haunts” – Issue 1, June 28, 2019

Burning House
* My fictional letter, “Stockbroker, Get Me Money” – March 19, 2019

Paragraph Planet
* Anti-Quickie – February 25, 2018

Cerurove (offline)
* Heroic Mirror: On Writing – September 12, 2018

GlossolaliaSpring 2009, Vol. 1:3
* The Writer’s Labyrinth
* Out of Pebbles