My story “Forestborn” has been published in the second issue of Gamut. If you have a subscription, I’d love for you to read it.
This is my first pro sale!
Subscriptions and single issues available at: http://www.gamut.online/memberships
“I am forestborn,” the girl with a wild bird’s nest for hair said to me. “I can’t live in houses.”
My story, “Curse Upon a Star,” is now up at The Molotov Cocktail.
This story got a “close but no cigar” mention in their recent flash fiction contest (Flash Phenom), and upon resubmitting, was accepted for a regular issue.
“Night after night, Ida dreams of bones. They’re snow-white and perfect with a sheen like milk teeth.”
Pidgeonholes Volume 4: Kintsugi is out.
It contains all the poetry and prose published by Pidgeonholes throughout October, November, and December, including my micro fiction piece, “The Gardener,” featured on the Pidgeonholes website during #microvember.
You can read the whole issue free on Issuu.
I’ve got some exhilarating news!
My story, “Goodbye, Sunshine,” published in The Molotov Cocktail in July, has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. It will be considered for the 2017 Pushcart edition.
My story, “The Gardener,” is now up on Pidgeonholes. It’s a tiny love story, inspired by tiny cabins, lush gardens, and the people who tend to them.
This November, in the name of #microvember, Pidgeonholes celebrates the beauty and brevity of micro fiction, publishing a new piece of micro fiction or poetry every weekday.