I have been a tiny bit remiss in my posts because July and August have been a whirlwind of publications for me! I’ve had two more flash pieces and two short stories come out in four different professional publications! First is “Your Space Between” that came out in Apex Magazine’s Issue 132. This is a … More Recent Publications – Apex Magazine, Space Fantasy, Fireside, FFO!
My story about an abandoned magical library has been published in Apparition Lit’s Wonder issue! “Flock of Words and Wonder” begins in the Library of All, an incredible place that can travel between worlds and houses every written work from every realm. These words arrive each day, differently shaped, a multitude of languages represented, they … More “Flock of Words and Wonder” published in Apparition Lit’s Wonder Issue
My two recommended stories this week are serious in tone, centering on a woman who has been subjugated by a system and the men who run it. COTTONMOUTH by Joelle Wellington is one of those powerful stories that have you on the edge of your seat, waiting, waiting for what’s to come. It tells the … More Recommended Short Fiction: COTTONMOUTH by Joelle Wellington & PROPHECY GIRLS by Sydney Paige Guerrero
Two stories about finding a perfect fit, one with a transformation into a fish and the other about finding new homes for a dying people. A MINNOW, OR PERHAPS A COLOSSAL SQUID by Carlos Hernandez & C S E Cooney is written in a partially experimental style, alternating between excerpts and letters in the perspective … More Recommended Short Fiction: A STRANGER GOES ASHORE by Adam R Shannon & A MINNOW, OR PERHAPS A COLOSSAL SQUID by Carlos Hernandez & C S E Cooney
These two stories both center on difficult choices that can’t be undone. THE FALLING by M V Melcer is a science-fiction tale about a girl living on ringed spaceship where people live on specific numbered rings depending on their usefulness and capability. This story documents her life as she discovers her passion, her calling, and … More Recommended Short Fiction: THE FALLING by M V Melcer & TIL HUMAN VOICES WAKE US by Jennifer Hudak