“Prison Prose” Published in THE DRABBLE (100 words)

The Drabble just published my short piece “Prison Prose,” which you can read by clicking here. Now, two quick things: First, The Drabble is an excellent 100-words-or-less online magazine that I read daily. Also, I owe them a small debt of gratitude. I first started writing fiction in 2011 or so, and I wasn’t really …

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2nd Place Win in ON THE PREMISES’S Board Game Contest (50 words)

Today On The Premises announced that I got second place in their 44th “mini-contest.” The prompt was to “write a story up to 50 words long in which some kind of board game plays an important role,” and you can read my winning entry by clicking here. I’m rather proud of what I came up …

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“Investigating Dr. Teatree” Published in LITTLE OLD LADY COMEDY (1080 words)

Yesterday Little Old Lady Comedy published my short story “Investigating Dr. Teatree,” which you can read by clicking here. I haven’t worked with LOL before, and it was fun. They are more of a satire website, and what I wrote is less of a narrative and more of a report, which fits with their style. …

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“Sebastián and Greta” Published in THE NORWEGIAN AMERICAN (608 words)

A few days ago The Norwegian American published a short story that I wrote: “Sebastián and Greta,” which you can read by clicking here. The Norwegian American is a somewhat particular publication, in that they focus on topics that are about Norway AND America. And it just so happens that I wrote a story about …

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“Writing Advice: A Drabble” Published in EUNOIA REVIEW (100 words)

Eunoia Review published another drabble that I wrote. This one is called “Writing Advice,” and I think the title’s pretty self-explanatory. You can read it by clicking here. I’ve written about drabbles quite bit in the past—flash fiction that is either under 100 words or is 100 words exactly. It isn’t fiction that I can …

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