Attending virtual readings has become my new favorite thing, especially when the authors are reading their short stories from the new Furious Gravity collection. The book is phenomenal, with contributions from 50 DC-area women writers. Each story is top-notch. The editor, Melissa Sholes Young, did a fantastic job curating the pieces. I’ve been blown away … Continue reading Furious Gravity is Here!
I think it’s important for women to state their accomplishments loud and with pride, even though it’s not always easy to do so. After all, we’ve been trained since birth to show modesty, be polite, stay quiet. I say fuck that. We work hard and accomplish great things, despite all the cards stacked against us. … Continue reading Water-Skiing Dinosaur: Coming Soon!
Written with my kiddo in mind, Once Upon an Autumn Breeze is a mix of Chinese themes and European form. Kinda. The story features an over-protective mom, a dragon, the River of Time, and some circular magic. It's featured in Issue 18 of The Writers' Cafe Magazine. I hope you like it!
"Little Tiger" is a flash story about a father and son. The setting is Eastern China in 208 B.C. I think this is one of the most exciting times in ancient Chinese history, and I hope this short story brings a bit of that time to life. This story sat in a drawer for more … Continue reading Little Tiger in Copperfield Review
I'm excited to have another of my short humor pieces featured in the Akashic Books web series. This is the second time my work has been published in Terrible Twosdays. Akashic is one of my favorite publishers, not only because of their diverse offering of books and short stories, but also because they published the … Continue reading Product of His Environment