Short stories. Browse around! My newest is Porcupine, published in SmokeLong Quarterly.
Coming Soon: Backdoor Dash (Pithead Chapel) and Buying a Snake (Heavy Feather Review).
Also, my humble thanks to the marvelous Lily Jones, who is responsible for most of these doodles.
Click here to explore secret fiction not able to be featured on this page.
Fiction Lacking a Doodle
Men Who Can’t Hunt – X-R-A-Y (superstitious massage)
Death Threats from a Child* – Bending Genres (animal hoarder)
Teenagers on the Moon Bounce – Tiny Molecules (ball pits and knives)
It’s Free to Laugh – Wyldblood Press (dark side of targeted ads)
Who Owns What – Expat Press (hoarder)
Becoming Roadkill*** – Flash Fiction Magazine (absurdism on the job-hunt)
The Fad – Every Day Fiction (futuristic kids’ toy has repercussions)
M80 – Burning House Press (tiny explosives and loneliness)
Good Brusher – Penmen Review (disembodied teeth at the bar)
Loggers – Alluvian (2nd place winner in Environmental Horror)
Why I Decided to Leave Glenrio – Coffin Bell (sprites control a cadaver)
Spelunker – Brilliant Flash Fiction (an aquarium floods a basement)
Widow’s Peak – Penultimate Peanut (spider in a boot)
Release Naomi – Montana Mouthful (stray dogs form a pack)
Fritz On the Out – Chrome Baby (psychology study)
* = nominated for Best Microfiction
** = nominated for BEST of the NET
*** = nominated for the Pushcart Prize