If you’ve been anywhere near me or my social media lately, you’ve probably noticed my complaints about the five weeks I spent fighting a kidney stone. I apologize for the whining. Anyway, it resulted in a goofball story. I wrote it while rotating some freaky pain meds with ibuprofen and lemon water. That’s my excuse, … Continue reading GTFO!
Don’t Say ‘No’ to a Cold Winter’s Night Sweat dries then chills my exposed throat as I return home from a run in the winter dusk. “Not again!” No light shines; another power outage, frigid night. Muscle memory steers me down the hall, into my bedroom. A blast of heat, an odor—sour, putrid, noxious—strikes me. … Continue reading Guest Writer Marcy: Microprose!
Daily Science Fiction is one of my favorite publications, so I'm excited they chose to feature my micro story "Jesus Machine" today. My mom read the story and said: "I'm sure it's good, Sweetie, but I don't understand it." It's a short short, so check it out if you have 90 seconds to spare. I hope … Continue reading “Jesus Machine” in DSF!
Wasn't Grandpa cute? I think so, and I'm thrilled to announce literary journal Dead Housekeeping is featuring a short essay about him today: "How to Feed the Yellow Cat." Dead Housekeeping offers a unique opportunity to remember and celebrate loved ones who have passed on. Each short story brings a specific “how to” into sharp … Continue reading How to Feed the Yellow Cat