My story “Not All Who Wander Are Lost” has been published in freeze frame fiction, special volume 2: YA Fiction.
This tale of young love was inspired by midsummer mysteries and light summer nights, and written with Lana del Rey’s Summertime Sadness playing in the background.
“I found you wandering along a bridge in the light-as-day Midsummer night. Your white dress and waist-long hair swayed in the breeze, and I couldn’t let you pass till your lips parted with your name. You said it was Therese, but it might as well have been a breath of an ancient language no longer spoken.”
My story, “Brother, Unseen,” is in issue #23 of Luna Station Quarterly.
All the stories in this issue are speculative, ranging from science fiction to fantasy, from fairy tale to mythology. You can read the stories on the LSQ website or purchase the issue on Amazon.
“I’m bending the rules of the Brotherhood just entering the Museum of Recent History, but I must pay my respects. Whoever invented this—presenting history barely a few weeks old in a museum—must be delighted. A fresh tragedy means something new to put on display and charge for.”