Thanks to many terrific editors and literary magazines, my words have found some lovely homes.
The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review published “On Her Skin.” (If you subscribe and “adopt” me, I receive 60% of the funds.)
Cheap Pop gave “The Spider and I” an audience.
Tears in the Fence chose “Snapshots of Yesterday’s Tomorrow” (print only) as the Third Prize Winner for their annual flash fiction competition. The magazine will be out this summer.
Sleep is a Beautiful Colour, The National Flash Fiction Anthology (UK) included “Swing State” (print and eBook only).
The National Flash Fiction Day (NZ) chose “Spring Cleaning” (scroll to June 10th) for the long list of their
Micro Madness competition.
Litro published my essay “Con Artists” in their summer issue (print only).
Blink Ink included my tiny “Aurora, Giselle, Jasmine” (print only) in June.
SmokeLong Quarterly asked me to list my favorite flashes on a theme of my choosing. I chose (Dead) Fathers.