Here’s a few recently published stories to give you a sense of what I’ve been up to. ( I’m very thankful to all the journals that have published my work.)
A short story about a pear, or two: “Just to Say,” Vestal, September, 2019. It went on to be included in Best MicroFiction 2020.
A short story about teaching and climate change: “We Are Here,” Breakwater Review, July, 2019
A nihilist meditation story: “Pigeon,” Hawaii Pacific Review, April 2019
A subliminal story about love and music: “Last Sympathy,” Mud Season Review, January, 2019
A short story about a man versus a dog: “Ava,” The Tiny Journal, January 2019
A story about two men who find each other in the early 20th century: “Call Us What You Like,” The Coil,Spring 2018
A story of a woman and her manifestations: “Portraits of a Woman,” Ilanot Review, February 2018