New Microfiction: “True Colors”

Sonic Boom has released its fourth anniversary issue, which includes my 100-word story “True Colors.” The journal, based in India and founded by Shloka Shankar, publishes three issues a year.


Second Story Published This Week

“Three Little Words,” my 100-word story about a barista and her favorite customer, appears in the first issue of Pixel Heart Literary Magazine. Chloe Smith created the publication “to showcase writing…created with heart, online.” The issue’s theme is love.

Nomination for Best Microfiction, 2018

I’m honored to announce that my story “Scars” has been nominated for inclusion in Best Microfiction, 2018. The anthology, which will be edited by Meg Pokrass and Gary Fincke, will feature stories of 400 words or fewer. Literary journal editors can nominate up to eight stories published during the year. Novelist and short story writer Dan Chaon will serve as final judge. Best Microfiction, 2018 is scheduled for publication in spring 2019 by Pelekinesis Press. “Scars” appeared in Fictive Dream during Flash Fiction February. Thanks, Laura Black, editor of Fictive  Dream, for the nomination.

New Micro in Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine

I’m beyond thrilled to have my 350-word story, “True Love,” in the latest issue (Volume 10, No. 2) of Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine. The biannual British magazine, edited by Peter Blair and Ashley Chantler, has been publishing fiction of up to 360 words since 2008. Flash is the journal of the International Flash Fiction Association and “aims to include stories told from all angles and by writers hailing from all points of the compass.” Previous contributors include Margaret Atwood, Lydia Davis, Grant Faulkner, Tania Hershman, Calum Kerr, Meg Pokrass, Claire Polders, and Santino Prinzi.

Forgive & Forget

Featured today on Who Writes Short Shorts? is my 475-word story, “Wade’s Apology,” a woman’s account of her boyfriend’s attempt to placate her with excuses. Who Writes Short Shorts? is an online magazine that publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry of up to 1,000 words, and its theme this month is forgive and forget.


Quirky Love Story

“Valentines,” my 100-word piece about two people with different ideas regarding the best way to demonstrate affection, has been published by Blood Sugar Poetry. The online journal publishes “prose, poetry and other enigmas rooted in the anomalous and unorthodox,” and I’m happy to have my work included.