- Included in the Writers Resist special issue on gun violence, this short political satire was inspired by the daily terror of dropping a child off at school.
Penny the Poisonmonger: An Origin Story
- Featured in the August 2019 issue of Enchanted Conversation: Fairy Tales, Folktales & Myths. Penny has withstood a lifetime of disappointment, but she is finally pushed over the edge by … a piece of burnt toast?
Air So Thick
- Historical flash fiction set in my hometown during the Dust Bowl era, shortly after the massive Black Sunday storm. This story is featured in The Writer’s Cafe Magazine’s Maps & Landscape issue.
Teeth, Hair & Eyes, LLC
- Featured in the April 2019 issue of Defenestration. Tod’s lost. Merle’s bored. Pearl’s angry. Should these oddball characters be together? And what about the road devil?
Unfit for Domestication
- Can the memory of a scent make you crazy? Yes, it can. Forthcoming in the garden lit magazine GreenPrints, this nonfiction essay details the antics instigated by our tabletop orange tree.
- Featured in Copperfield Review, this is a father & son story set in Eastern China in 208 B.C. I hope you like it!
- All Red Angus the Goat wants is to sleep on cars and eat vinyl. All Bobbie Sue wants is her wedding ring back. This unlikely team-up won an honorable mention in the WOW! Women on Communication Fall 2018 Flash Fiction Contest. The story also won the popular vote and an editor’s pick in the YeahWrite weekly flash grid in October 2018.
- Featured in Daily Science Fiction, this micro story was inspired by a weird dream about dirty socks and kitchen utensils.
How to Feed the Yellow Cat
- Featured in Dead Housekeeping, this short essay explores my Grandfather’s complex relationship with Grandma and the cats that ruled their home.
Product of His Environment
- Featured in the Akashic Books Terrible Twosdays flash series. Who knew kung fu could be so confusing? Please enjoy this short nonfiction story.
Family Health, Day One
- Featured in the Akashic Books Terrible Twosdays flash series, this short nonfiction piece describes one of my family’s many bizarre conversations. I hope it makes you smile.