Exciting news! The Saturday Evening Post has picked up two more of my Birchwood Village stories. “The Time Chubz the Cat Went Missing” – the second story in the series (after “The Time the Johnsons’ House Caught Fire“) – is live today. And “The Time the Power Went Out in Birchwood Village” is scheduled to go live on July 5. Happy Friday (and Happy Derby)!
My short, short “Geese” is live now in the May issue of Gravel
Excited to have my short story, “Dead Rock Stars,” another of The Sadie Stories, chosen to be part of this awesome site, DaCunha Fiction – as always, pub date and link to follow.
The Spring 2019 issue of Stoneboat Literary Journal, which includes my short story, “Obituary,” is available now!
My short, short “Sometimes You See That Girl” has just been accepted by FORTH magazine – no publication date set yet, but as always, I’ll post a link here when it goes live. Happy Monday!
My piece of flash, “Ten Something in the Morning,” is live now at Fleas on the Dog. This is part of a collection I’m working on, written in the second person, that chronicles the struggles of a person dealing with some difficult life issues. I’m thrilled to make it into Fleas on the Dog, and especially appreciate the “Why We Like It” feature they’ve added at the beginning. Not bad for a Monday!
My play, “When I Get To Heaven,” has been chosen from over 400 entries as a top 20 finalist in the 15th Annual Lakeshore Players 10-Minute Play Contest – and it doesn’t even have any squirrels in it!
My flash piece “Geese” has been accepted for the May issue of Gravel – as always, I’ll post a link here when it goes live!
Good news, y’all – my short story “The Time Chubz the Cat Went Missing” was just picked up by The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. This is another in my collection of (Mostly) True Stories From Birchwood Village. I’ll link to it when it goes live!