Rules of the Game
A psychological thriller told from two perspectives. Published in Word Riot, January 2009. Click here to read this story.
Menopause Yoga Studio
A dark comic tale of a yoga class gone dreadfully wrong. Published in The Oddville Press, June 2009. Click here to read this story and scroll down to page 19.
These Not Good People
A study of the species that inhabits this planet. Published in The Externalist, July 2009. Click here and scroll to page 7 to read this story.
We Were Warriors
David Gelber's mundane suburban existence is invaded by a ghost from his glory days. Published in Writers' Bloc, January 2010. Click here to read this story.
Pecs of Steel
A dark comedy about a trip to the gym. This is the sequel to "Menopause Yoga Studio." Published in the March 2010 issue of The Oddville Press. Click here to read this story and scroll down to page 12.
A man's flawed attempt to deal with his sense of impotence. Published in the April 2010 issue of Slow Trains. Click here to read this story.
Manhattan's sensual skyline portrayed in prose poetry. Published in the September 2010 edition of Spilling Ink Review. Click here to read this piece.
The Recession Hits the 'Burbs
Two men make an unconventional plan to survive the recession. Published in the Fall 2010 issue of Red Fez. Click here to read this story.
Sometimes Nana's love is too much the young protagonist in this tale. Published in the September 2010 edition of Foliate Oak. Click here to read this story.
Dylan Gilbert, originally from Berkeley, California, was named after Bob Dylan. He spent many years in New York City working as an actor in everything from performance art to Shakespeare. He now lives with his wife and teenage son in New York’s Hudson Valley, where he teaches English. Dylan has written for most of his life, but only recently began publishing his work. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.