I’m happy to make a second appearance in The Cabinet of Heed, an Irish lit mag, with my flash “Jessie: A Pastoral.” This story was inspired by some family research on Ancestry–and yes, this is the same Jessie whose three … Continue reading
I was happy to find a home for my flash piece “Honolulu Souvenir, 1941″ in Spelk, a journal specializing in “short, sharp flash fiction.” … Continue reading
My story “How to Find Your Way to Black Bread Lake” was published in the always-wonderful and strange Jellyfish Review last week, and then I learned last night that it was featured on the podcast Mr. Bear’s Violet Hour Saloon/The … Continue reading
Stories here, stories there. Little stories everywhere.
Literary Orphans, Issue 17 (Ella Fitzgerald): “From A Short History of Black Bread Lake.”
The Flexible Persona, Issue 2.3: “With Holden Caulfield in the Panic Room.” Listen to this audio story on Soundcloud.
Litro NY: “So You Want to Be a Poet.”
KYSO Flash, Issue 2: “Happy Meal” (microfiction).
Also in this issue:
“Wendy and Brian on the Last Night of the World” (fiction) and “Penny Postcard, 1902 (No Cancellation)” (poetry).
From a Short History of Black Bread Lake
Read “Child Star” in Superstition Review, Issue 11. … Continue reading