Bob Dylan: Blood on the Tracks (1974), a personal-critical essay (The RS500: Telling Stories in Stereo, June 2019)

It’s Our Album Now, a personal essay (The Potomac Review, issue 64, March 2019)

Bob Dylan: The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan (1963), a personal-critical essay (The RS500: Telling Stories in Stereo, August 2018)

Hanif Abdurraqib’s They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us, a book review (Pleaides: Literature in Context, April 2018)

Bob Dylan: Modern Times (2006), a “found” essay (RS500: Telling Stories in Stereo, June 2017)

All Things Essay: Interview with Ned Stuckey-French, (Woven Tale Press, June 2017)

Grateful Dead: Live/Dead (1969), a personal-critical essay (RS500: Telling Stories in Stereo, March 2017)

On Truth and Perception: The Travel Writer’s Dilemma, a personal-critical essay (Essay Daily, February 2017)

Ranking Bob Dylan’s Albums (Glide Magazine, November 2016)

Helping Myself to Bob Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited, a personal-critical essay (Public/Private, October 2016)

Downriver, a flash essay (Sweet: A Literary Confection, issue 8.3, May 2016)

Editor’s Insight into Redivider’s Blurred Genre Contest, an essay advertisement (Brevity’s Nonfiction Blog: News from the World of Literary Nonfiction, November 2015)

The Burroway House, a first-person review essay (Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, issue 17.1, Spring 2015)

Extracting the Rat, a flash essay (Gravel: A Literary Journal, Summer 2013)

Chop Words, Carry Sentences, a first-person review essay (Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, issue 14.2, Fall 2012)

Gone looking for America: What did you find? (Capital City Villager, November 2012)

Sneaking Up on the Spirit of the Suwannee (Capital City Villager, October 2012)

Review: Wild / Cheryl Strayed (Southeast Review Online, July 2012)

Word Play, a personal essay (Redivider: a journal of new literature and art, issue 8.2, Spring 2012)


The Hipster Genre and the Inside Joke, a review essay (Brevity’s Nonfiction Blog: News from the World of Literary Nonfiction) March 2012



Spoils, a sonnet (The Cincinnati Review, miCRo Series, September 2018)

Somewhere Down the Avenue, a prose poem (Wisconsin Review, January 2018)

Question Two, a “found” poem (UnLost, September 2017)



How Boston’s hot rental market is messing with young couples’ love lives (Boston Globe Magazine, April 2017)

Donald Trump Made Golf Great Again: Now the sport’s bigwigs are wishing he hadn’t (Slate, March 2016)

Tallahassee talent makes acting inroads in NYC, a profile of actress Patrice Bell (Tallahassee Democrat, May 2015)

Tedeschi Trucks Band / Soulive, Boston, MA, a concert review (Glide Magazine, December 2014)

Removing the Stigma, concerning suicide prevention (Tallahassee Democrat, July 2014)

Serious compassion: FSU’s Psychology Clinic excels (Spectrum, Florida State University's alumni magazine, Summer 2014)

Going Pro: FSU psychology alum achieves excellence (Spectrum, Florida State University's alumni magazine, Summer 2014)

Removing the stigma: help is available for those having suicidal thoughts (Tallahassee Democrat, July 2014)


Suicide too long misunderstood (Tallahassee Democrat, May 2014)

A True Artist and a Major Voice, a profile of Janet Burroway (Tallahassee Democrat, April 2014)


On Tour With Spiritual Rez (Part 2), Winter Park, FL, a concert review (Glide Magazine, March 2014)

On Tour with Spiritual Rez (Part 1), Three Shows along State Road A1A, a concert review (Glide Magazine, March 2014)

‘Seven Days’ debuts with hybrid play (front page, Tallahassee Democrat, February 2014)


Mrs. Robinson Returns (Tallahassee Democrat, February 2014)


All that jazz, a profile of professor Ronald O. Davis (Tallahassee Democrat, January 2014)


Making a house a home (Living Here, a Tallahassee Democrat publication, 2014 – 15)

From scratch: the benefits of building, not buying, a home (Living Here, a Tallahassee Democrat publication, 2014 – 15)

The 12 days of cookies a month-long multimedia project (Tallahassee Democrat, December 2013)


Oysters & more, covering the cuisine of Apalachicola, FL and St. George Island (Tallahassee Democrat, September 2013)


Toddler receives new heart and new life (Tallahassee Democrat, September 2013)


Not so ‘little’ anymore: Tallahassee Little Theatre is modernizing (Tallahassee Democrat, August 2013)


Tallahassee has ‘Gatsby’ fever (Tallahassee Democrat, August 2013)


Big Bend Cares’ Artopia 2013 their biggest auction yet (Tallahassee Democrat, June 2013)


Model trains attract young and old (Tallahassee Democrat, June 2013)


Putting on the brakes: is biking a viable alternative in Tally (Capital City Villager, April - May 2012)


Flashback to 1940 (Capital City Villager, April 2012)

Beautification is in the Eye of the Business Owner (Capital City Villager, February 2012)

Paul Haney

is a writer, educator, and based in Boston, Massachusetts.

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