Publications in 2020 It felt like 2020 wasn’t a very good year for writing. Let’s face it: 2020 wasn’t a very good year for anything. As the year began, I was at work on a novella-in-flash made up of linked … Continue reading
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“Snow Day” was a runner-up in the No Contact “No Contest” competition. You can read all the winning and commended stories in Issue Thirteen at No Contact magazine. … Continue reading
Yearly Wrap-up: Stories published in 2018: 11 Stories republished in anthologies: 1 Nominations: 2 “Squeeze Box” from 3 Elements Review nominated for Best of the Net “The Girl Dies at the End” from Monkeybicycle nominated for Best Microfiction Podcasts: 1 … 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
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
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
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