Issue 2 of Black Dandy has my story “When To Use What Has Been Saved,” which looks at the utility of extra time in childhood and adulthood.
A kerfuffle over the color of peppermint launches a frenemy dynamic of trivia hegemony in “Hearing the Siren Song,” which is now on The Flexible Persona website.
We sometimes suspend judgment and disbelief, but when jealousy and ambition are suspended from the ceiling, what’s going on there?
My story “Overhead” is in the latest issue of Panoply.
What might loneliness say if it called during its travels? Rigorous recently my story “Loneliness, From a Distance” which offers one possibility.
…in hopes of domesticating uncertainty. That’s the project undertaken by the protagonist of my story “Toward Better Symbiosis,” which is now on Foliate Oak Literary Magazine‘s website!
How intimate is the act of caressing another’s mind? Here are some of my thoughts on this in The Fiction Pool.
The January issue of Ghost Parachute includes my flash fiction story “Equivocal Possibilities”—a brief look at life after the sabotaging of a scale used to weigh words. If that sounds interesting, please check it out! While you’re there, give the rest of this month’s online issue a whirl; it gathers together fantastical flash fiction about Wonder Woman, a frog prince, unaffordable galaxies and more.
3 of my stories are in the latest issue of Gravel. If you’re curious about my literary pursuits, please check them out!
tNY Press’ The Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature (the EEEL) just published my flash fiction story “My Lovely Nemesis”! If you could use a compact dose of quirky creative writing, please give it a read!