This past Tuesday, Crack the Spine included my flash fiction story, “While Taking Photographs in Nepal,” in Issue 238 of the magazine. Founder and Editor Kerri Farrell Foley made the entire experience a joyful one and I’m grateful for the lovely presentation of my work. I’m so thankful to be published in this literary magazine, which I have admired for a while now. Please check out the story if you have time, along with all of the other beautiful offerings in this issue. Thanks for reading!
It’s been a busy year so far and I have more wonderful news. Ghost City Press has accepted my fiction micro-chapbook, Space, Collisions, for the 2018 Summer Micro-Chapbook Series! I’m grateful to Kevin Bertolero and Jack Bachmann for choosing to include my collection. Many wonderful poets and writers will be part of the series. I hope, dear readers, that you’ll check out all of the wonderful collections when they release. If you do—as always—thanks for reading.
Hello cherished readers, beloved blog followers, and inquisitive newcomers. I’m excited to announce that Likely Red Press released the first installment in The Fancy Arm Hole Series today. You can find my story, “The Squatter’s Inn,” in anthology number one. I hope you’ll check out my work and the other lovely creations in this series. And if you do, as always, thanks for reading.
I am elated to announce that my flash fiction story, “Phoenix Fire Fight,” was chosen as the winner of the Apparition Lit April Flash Fiction Contest. I hope you’ll check it out! Many thanks to Tacoma and the editors at Apparition Literary Magazine for selecting my work.
Eric Shay Howard and the crew at Likely Red have chosen to publish my flash fiction story, “The Squatter’s Inn!” It will be included in “The Fancy Arm Hole Series,” an upcoming series by the press. I’m grateful to this hardworking group of editors for choosing to publish my work.
Hi friends! My flash fiction story, “Abdication,” is now live on The Bookends Review website. Huge thanks to Jordan Blum and crew for choosing to publish my work. Check out the story if you have time! And, as always, thanks for reading.
I’m excited to announce that my microfiction story, “While Taking Photographs in Nepal,” has been accepted for publication. I’m super grateful to Editor Kerri Farrell Foley for choosing to publish this story. Watch for it in a forthcoming issue of Crack the Spine! As always, thanks for reading.