Who are we when our life doesn’t allow us to let anyone get close? It's the question that sparked my flash fiction "Five Forbidden Friends."
Lost Animal Identities: The first time I turned, I was seven years old. I sat on a hard mattress in my grandmother’s guest bedroom on the second floor with a man I truly liked, the clean-faced husband of my grandmother’s…
How do we behave in unfamiliar environments? When do we know how to trust someone? How do strangers become friends? What is the Hour of Water?
The Cincinnati Review published my story "Mirror" in their MiCRo series. I've been reading work from this series for years and was happy they selected this piece to include.
I'm proud that Randall Brown selected my creative nonfiction piece "Marzipan" for publication in The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts.
I am grateful to the editors of Fractured Lit for publishing my story "Woman of the Hour."