A short story of mine, “East to Asheville and the Hut on Chicken Legs,” was recently published in the 2014, print issue of pacificREVIEW. If you care to read it, click the link below and get yourself a copy.
Strangely Ever After
A special shout to Jacquelyn Phillips for working with me to bring the best out of this piece.
P.S. Stay tuned to some upcoming publications, including short fiction in Timber Journal and the June issue of Lunch Ticket.
A short-short of mine, better termed flash fiction, was published today in WhiskeyPaper. If you care to read it, I’d love to hear what you think:
Up to St. Paul
I do hope you enjoy reading this piece. A special shout to Lessa Cross-Smith and Loran Smith for working with me to get this story out into the world.
P.S. Stay tuned to some upcoming publications, including my inclusion in the upcoming print issue of pacificREVIEW, and short fiction in Timber Journal and Lunch Ticket.
I’m pleased to share my most recent publication, a peculiar piece of micro-fiction written quite a while ago. It is nice to see it find a home at Cheap Pop, a little micro-fiction rag that has generated quite the buzz in just a short time.
Two Thousand Miles Running
I do hope you enjoy reading this piece.
P.S. Stay tuned for some of my upcoming publications, including pacificREVIEW, WhiskeyPaper, Lunch Ticket and Timber Journal.
Today is the day that Mojave River Press released its first issue of Mojave River Review. In it, among other compelling and eclectic work, you will find a flash fiction story that I wrote.
I do hope you enjoy reading this piece. I know I will enjoy reading the rest of this issue–if editor Michael Dwayne Smith’s foreword is any indication, Mojave River Review will be full of the good, weird, heartbreaking stuff that always makes me sing.
P.S. Stay tuned to some upcoming publications, including my inclusion in the upcoming print issue of pacificREVIEW.