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50-Word Stories: Before the Fall

Fifty words is a fun exercise in brevity. I recommend it, especially if you are feeling mired in creative ennui. This piece was published today in 50-Word Stories.

BEFORE THE FALL

This wasn’t what Sibyl expected when she signed up for digital detox. Continue reading

NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge 4

My previous entry “Fellow Prisoners” won its group in the 3rd round of the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge, “a competition that challenges writers around the world to create short stories (1,000 words max.) based on genre, location, and object assignments in 48 hours.” This meant I would be one of 60 writers moving into the final round of the challenge, from a...

NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge 3

I was thrilled to move into the second round of NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge, “a competition that challenges writers around the world to create short stories (1,000 words max.) based on genre, location, and object assignments in 48 hours.” For this third challenge I was given drama, a swimming pool and a voting ballot. Fellow Prisoners We first met by the pool. I had just...

NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge 2

I am participating in the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge, “a competition that challenges writers around the world to create short stories (1,000 words max.) based on genre, location, and object assignments in 48 hours.” For the second challenge I was given action-adventure, a river and a child safety seat. Update 11/14/18: this was the winning entry in its group. Carpool Day...

NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge 1

I am participating in the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge, “a competition that challenges writers around the world to create short stories (1,000 words max.) based on genre, location, and object assignments in 48 hours.” Fun, right? Here is my entry for the first challenge, having been given the genre of ghost story, location of quarry, and a propeller as an object. The...

Featured in The Looking Glass

Two of my poems (yes, poems – insert horrified ghost cat emoji here) were selected for the spring edition of The Looking Glass Literary Journal.
I will be doing a live reading my pieces at The College of Marin library on May 2nd, or you can read them here.

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