Publications

“An Empty Shell” coming soon in Clarendon House’s Flash Fiction anthology Fireburst

I wrote this piece based on the loneliest piece of comedy I ever posted to Facebook.

“The Confession” in Clarendon House’s Poetry anthology Cadence

This is my first ever poetry publication!

“The Women No One Sees” in Scout Media’s A Contract of Words anthology.

“The Wooden Flower” Ladies of Horror Flash Fiction Project

I really liked this one.

Nina D’Arcangela, of Siren’s Call Production, hosts a series of horror flash fictions on her blog.

“Cement Jesus” Ladies of Horror Flash Fiction Project

Nina D’Arcangela, of Siren’s Call Production, hosts a series of horror flash fictions on her blog.

“The Guardian” Ladies of Horror Flash Fiction Project

Nina D’Arcangela, of Siren’s Call Production, hosts a series of horror flash fictions on her blog.

“The Singularity” from Indie Authors Press, Issues of Tomorrow

At some point in the future, our digitally and mechanically enhanced descendants exist by benefit of Homo Sapien DNA, which they receive through “The Mother.” The Mother is a human woman who has been preserved for the sole purpose of DNA harvesting, and every so often she malfunctions and needs to be “fixed.” This story is a journey told from the varying viewpoints of The Mother and the mechanic they’ve sent to work on her.

a matter of words

“Lithium Sandwich” in Scout Media’s anthology A Matter of Words

Each year, Scout Media releases an anthology in their “Of Words” series, each featuring a different theme. This collection had no boundaries, and features short stories of all genre and topic. “Lithium Sandwich” tells the story of a dozen women awaiting release from a holding cell, and one of them feels the hallucinatory effect of withdrawal from her medication.

 

“Dust to Dust” Blood Lotus online literary journal

A grieving woman — or a cleaning lady, or a hospice employee — tidies the house and collects unusual trinkets as remembrances of the dead. 

“Parental Pariah” column in Toledo Free Press

There’s not a lot left in the Google archives, though I managed to scare up this old issue containing my inaugural article, “Pacifiers Pose Problem.” This shortlived column was an outlet for my parental snarkiness, my soapbox railing against the sanctimommies.

“My Two year-old, the Pre-Teen” Print, Special Section.                                                                “The Hunt for the Perfect Lullaby” Online.                                                                                      “Do Kids Really Grow up ‘Too Fast’?” Online.                                                                                  “Pacifiers Pose Problems” Print.

Advertisements

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: