“How to Find Your Way to Black Bread Lake”–Two Ways

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

Month of Stories – Part 1

I’ve always loved fall and the sense of renewed energy and creativity it brings. This October, I have several new stories coming out in different journals. “Breach” made its debut in 3Elements Literary Review. The story grew out of a … Continue reading

Approaching Totality

As I write this, I’m waiting for the solar eclipse and thinking about flash fiction. Because I don’t live in the path of totality, the sun won’t be completely blotted out today, but it will be partially covered. Not fully … Continue reading

Stories & Workshops & Conferences, Oh My!

Lots of writing news lately–so much that I’ve been too busy to post it. But now that I can peek my head out from under the pile of work… First, and most exciting: I’ve been invited to be a visiting … Continue reading

The Call of the Changeling

I’m honored to have been chosen as one of two winners of Bracken Magazine’s flash fiction contest. My story, “Path of Stones,” was the finalist and is published in the current issue of Bracken. The story is part of the … Continue reading

New Flash at R.KV.R.Y. Quarterly

My flash prose piece “Shelby County Courthouse” is published in the “Shorts on Survival” section of the July issue of R.KV.R.Y.  Quarterly Literary Journal. The story was inspired by a poetry exercise that a friend from my writing group shared … Continue reading

New Stories Coming Soon!

Some updates from my spring of submissions: my story “Path of Stones” was the finalist in the Bracken Flash Fiction Contest! It will be published in the summer 2017 issue. I also have new work forthcoming in Jellyfish Review, KYSO … Continue reading

New Flash at Jellyfish Review

“Jolene, Jolene” debuted at Jellyfish Review today! And tomorrow, I’m teaching two flash fiction workshops at the Goat Hill Writers Workshop-Palooza. It should be an exciting weekend. Save Save … Continue reading

101 Words

My micro-fiction “Potato Eyes” is featured in 101 Words this week. I like challenging myself with writing exercises using a tight word count. This story grew out of a flash fiction workshop I taught at last year’s Goat Hill Workshop-Palooza … Continue reading

Flash Fiction Workshop – Last Week for Registration Specials!

  Do you need a little nudge to keep you writing through November? I’m leading a flash fiction workshop that will challenge writers to create five original flash fiction pieces in four weeks. The workshop meets every Saturday in November … Continue reading