Flashathon Story #1

I took part in a February Flashathon with a group of writers where we were challenged to write a new flash fiction piece every hour, based on different prompts. The need for speed and the challenge of working with random … Continue reading

New Year, New Stories

3Elements Literary Review My story “Throbbing, Like Gristle” was published in the Winter 2019 issue of 3Elements Literary Review. Each issue asks writers to create a story or poem based on three elements. This issue’s elements were gristle, bolt, and … Continue reading

The Uncool Kids’ Table

It’s been a tough week for me as a writer: seeing the nominations for Pushcarts and Best Small Fictions make the rounds on social media, reading the lists of winners and finalists, and knowing that this year, too, I’ve been … Continue reading

Fiction in Bristol

This is turning out to be an awesome¬†workshop series! We had a great class last night with lots of good work and engaging talk about drafts, revision, and figuring out what’s essential to a story and what can be cut. … Continue reading

Guest Blog Post at Superstition Review

I was invited to write a guest blog post for Superstition Review magazine. A Multiplicity of Charlies It started with Charlie Brown. Or maybe it started before that, as a way to avoid getting beaten up. Read the rest of … Continue reading