Saturday, October 3, 2020

New Fiction: "Fluke" at The Art of Everyone

"Your whale's scar cracked long and jagged, like a vein or map, a point to place your finger and trace back to yourself."

I have new fiction, "Fluke," in the inaugural issue of The Art of Everyone, a Publishing Genius project edited by Joseph Young. So excited to be among work by Stephanie Barber, Kathy Fish, and others!

Sunday, May 31, 2020

Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Fictions 2020!

Surprised and excited that my story “Hide and Seek” was chosen for Wigleaf Mag’s 2020 Top 50 Very Short Fictions! It’s my first time, and thrilled to be among so many amazing writers. Congrats, and thank you, Matt Bell, for judging this year’s nominations-

Sunday, May 10, 2020

New fiction, "The Company of Strangers," at FRiGG Magazine

"You’ve spent your whole life trapped by things you never did, words you never said. You’ve spent your whole life feeling the ache of longing, confusing it for being alive."

Thrilled to have a new story, "The Company of Strangers," up at FRiGG Magazine!

To read more, go here.

Friday, May 8, 2020

Fiction: "The Meteor" at Fractured Lit

"The meteor fell from the sky and landed in the yard of the couple." 

So excited to have my story, "The Meteor," reprinted in the debut issue of Fractured Lit! Some amazing work from Dan Chaon, Cathy Ulrich, Aubrey Hersh, Kathy Fish, Shasta Grant, and Pamela Painter here as well. Thanks to editor in chief, Tommy Dean, on his amazing new project!

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

New Fiction: "Important People of New Jersey" at Necessary Fiction

"Walt Whitman, Woodrow Wilson, Molly Pitcher, Vince Lombardi. These are the important people of New Jersey, she thinks, the people whose names adorn the service areas that dot the turnpike like prayer beads." 

Excited to have a new story, "Important People of New Jersey," at Necessary Fiction! 

 To read more, go here.

Monday, February 3, 2020

New Fiction, "DreamWorld," at A-Minor Magazine

Excited that my story, "DreamWorld," is up at A-Minor Magazine!
Photo by Markus Spiske

"You’re never sure what’s history and what’s spectacle, whether the things Barry said happened when he was a kid really happened, like the usurping of the government by companies, the quarantine to Sunrise City for so many families, or the “Others,” and forced exodus of the Banned, those unable to work or who just weren’t liked for a number of reasons. In the history book sponsored by The Corporation, only one of which was available in your school, those families like yours, who were homeless, forced to barter and prostitute, were the victims of their own bad choices."

You can read more here

Monday, December 30, 2019

New Ficton: "The Long Haul" at BULL Magazine

Excited to see my story, "The Long Haul" at BULL!

"He cooked with a cigarette tucked behind his ear and a can of Coors in his left hand and whisper-sang Van Halen songs with sexual innuendos that completely eclipsed mine and Joelle’s comprehension."

To read more, go here.