I’m thrilled to have my 475-word story, “Choices,” in (mac)ro(mic). Edited by Nick Olson, (mac)ro(mic) focuses on “stories that are worlds in words, pieces that tell a (mac)ro story in a (mic)ro word count.”
“Nice Guys,” my 900-word story about a self-centered roommate, an awkward breakfast, and the Arizona Diamondbacks, is featured today in Flash Fiction Magazine. Special thanks to editor Keely O’Shaughnessy.
Appearing today in Little Rose Magazine is my dark 100-word piece “When I Wore Fluorescents.” Little Rose Magazine, founded in 2018 by Kendra Nuttall and currently edited by Gregorio Tafoya, seeks to answer the question “What’s it like to be human?”
I’m honored to have my 975-word story, “Sisters,” included in the September issue of Bull & Cross. Edited by Daniel R. Julian, Bull & Cross was launched in April 2017.
Appearing today in The Fiction Pool: my 200-word story, “Playing with Fire.” The Fiction Pool, a British journal, features bold, daring, experimental, rebellious, and dreamy flash and is edited by Jo Simmonds.
I’m pleased to have “Best Intentions,” a story in the form of an email, included in 24 Unread Messages. The new British zine, founded by Jamie Graham, contains two dozen emails never sent to their intended recipients (fictional or real). “Best Intentions” is a communication from a teenage girl to her best friend’s boyfriend. Also included in 24 Unread Messages is work from Stephanie Hutton and Steve Campbell.
Today is National Flash Fiction Day in the U.K. To celebrate, stories of 500 words or fewer are being published every 5 to 10 minutes at Flash Flood: flashfloodjournal.blogspot.com. Additionally, from 12:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (BST), stories from debut writers will appear at 30 minutes past the hour. In 2017, I had the honor of having my story “Yesterday” published as part of Flash Flood.
June has been a busy month so far, with stories appearing in Mojave Heart Review (June 1) and Elephants Never (June 2). Today, “Beginnings & Endings,” my humorous 250-word story about a first date, appears in the latest issue of Uppagus. A mother-son venture, Uppagus publishes poetry and flash fiction. The current issue is its thirty-fifth.
Featured today in Elephants Never is my 100-word story “Makeover.” I’m thrilled to have my work appear in this publication, which is edited by Andre N. Lepine and features “trunkated tales” and “rumbling rhymes.”
I’m honored to have my 100-word story “Onward” included in the June 2019 issue of Mojave Heart Review. The journal, edited by Jeffrey Reno and based in the Mojave Desert, explores desert themes, including the internal desert.