Alex Haber is a fiction writer from Michigan. He received his MFA from George Mason University.


“Kids” in 34thParallel (Winter 2021, #91)

“Tick” in Apple Valley Review (Fall 2021)

“Safari” in The Axe Factory (Fall 2017)

“A Story About Rain” and “Montjuic” in West Trade Review (Spring 2016, vol. 7)

“Homeless” in The Axe Factory (Spring 2016)

“On the Night of the Party” in Buck Off Magazine (Spring 2016, vol. 5)

“Under the Pier” in Red Savina Review (Spring 2016)

“The Escapist” and “Second Bride” in The Nomadic Journal: Sate (February 2016)

“Naomi” in fields (Issue 5, February 2016)

“Sister Holly” in The Furious Gazelle (June 2015)

“The Lighthouse Keeper” in The Bangalore Review (June 2015)

“Seven Billion Ankles” in Switchback (Spring 2012)

“Here” in Kill Author (February 2012)

“Shame” in Used Furniture Review (January 2012)

“There Is No Such Thing as Quiet Where I Come From” in Quick Fiction (Winter 2011)

“Midnights We Fish” in Ghost Ocean Magazine (Waves print series, Summer 2011)

“Mouths” in (Spring 2011)

“Before I Was Born” in The Emerson Review (Spring 2011)

“Aeroplane” in SmokeLong Quarterly (August 2010)

“Silence” in Elimae (April 2010)