The awesome folks at matchbook not only published my flash piece, Good Girl, but nominated it for a Pushcart and a Best of the year.
maybe even the sea
The lovely folks at Longleaf Review published my CNF flash piece, maybe even the sea.
Death Rattle, my novella about a woman who is entered in a contest to be in a Kelly Link Story and wins, is featured on Medium. There are ‘zombies’ and smart phones and the end of the world.
My flash/poetry piece, when your body (is like my body) is also featured on Medium
You can now read my older and unpublished stories with a more specfic/scifi bent at Curious Fictions. I’ll also be posting chapters from a YA scifi novel there as well.
Three new haunted flash pieces up at the wonderful Wyvern Lit.
Cemetery Soup is up in amazing company at the Cheat River Review. Thank you, Kat and the fabulous Cheat River crew.
My essay/post was featured on Medium!
‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Is a Radical Reimagining of What It Means to Be a Hero How Ava Duvernay’s diverse casting of a ‘Wrinkle in Time’ gives the novel new meaning.
Two new pubs!
Haint, a creative non-fiction flash piece at Tin House’s Flash Fidelity about my gran who could never say #MeToo but found ways.
end at the skin is a very odd prose/poem at Strange Horizons about bodies, Otherness, multiverse and science.
Catching up with some recent (and not-so-recent) publications:
Shitstorm my creative non-fiction piece about poverty, my parents’ divorce, and the coldest winter in memory was published by the devastatingly lovely folks at Hobart.
it was never like this, it was always like this, my short fiction piece about virus, memory, and campus drug dealers is up at the ridiculously beautiful Cosmonaut’s Avenue.
And The Get-Get Man, short fiction at Fireside Fiction (guest editor, D.J. Older!).
And another new piece, an essay at Electric Lit:
The Price: A Queer Daughter of a Queer Mother. Patricia Highsmith, Carol, and confronting family history.