New Class, New Flash, New Micro

This summer I’ve been busy teaching flash fiction workshops for Cleaver Magazine and Truro Center for the Arts, but also managing to get some writing done.

What’s next: I’m teaching Afterburn: the Art of Flash Revision for Cleaver starting the first week in August.

Two new stories were just published in MacQueen’s Quinterly: A new flash fiction piece, “Slip,” and a microfiction, “War Bride.”

Doe in woods


The first time he kissed her he asked permission; he hasn’t asked permission for anything since, as if saying yes once was a blanket permit.

Read “Slip” at MacQueen’s Quinterly.




Woman with vintage plane


Everything trembling and hopeful and uncertain is in her face, her nervously wide smile.

            Read “War Bride” at MacQueen’s Quinterly.





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