The October 2017 issue of Nailpolish Stories features three of my stories: “Jaded,” “Pearls of Wisdom,” and “Something Blue.” Nailpolish Stories is unique in that each story (or poem) published on its site needs to be exactly 25 words–and titled with an actual nail polish color.
Brilliant Flash Fiction has published my story, “Reservations,” in its 15th issue, September 2017. The goal of Brilliant Flash Fiction, based in Ireland, is “to present the best and most unusual international fiction for readers.” Stories in this quarterly publication contain fewer than 1,000 words as well as a “‘flash’ of revelation or surprise.”
My story, “Yellow Highlighter,” appears today in The Drabble. The word “drabble” refers to a 100-word piece of prose. I’ve written more stories of this length than any other.
“My Ex-Boyfriend’s Girlfriend” was published on August 6 by Fictive Dream, an “online magazine dedicated to the short story.” Editor Laura Black was wonderful to work with.
I was honored to have my 100-word story, “Yesterday,” selected to appear on National Flash-Fiction Day, June 24, 2017. FlashFlood the National Flash-Fiction Day Journal posted stories of 500 words or fewer throughout the day, and I was thrilled to have my story included.
My story, “What Roman Says,” appears in the June 2017 issue (60th edition) of Microfiction Monday Magazine. Each monthly issue contains five short pieces of approximately 100 words.
I’m pleased and proud to have my 100-word story, “The End,” included in the Summer 2017 issue of Whale Road Review, an issue that includes “baseball and soccer, astronomy and mythology, ekphrasis and erasure, mothers, manatees, and more.”
Out this week is the latest issue of Blink-Ink, an eclectic collection of 50-word stories perfectly sized for tucking in a pocket and reading on the go. The theme of issue 26 is space, and I’m pleased to have my story, “Parking Space,” included.
The Winter 2017 issue of Boston Literary Magazine contains not one, not two, but three of my stories. “Underdeveloped,” “Bargains,” and “A Day at the Ballpark” are all 50-word stories, also known as “Dribble.” (“Drabble” refers to 100-word stories.) My first published 50-word story, “Perspective,” appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of Boston Literary Magazine.
I’m thrilled to have my 200-word story, “Tex-Mex Special,” included in the December 2016 issue of Toasted Cheese Literary Journal.