Ranging from 250 to 5000 words, Jared’s collection of bite-sized stories span multiple genres, from sci-fi to humour to drama.

His writing highlights the dangers of overly pervasive technologies, while exposing the situational ironies in everyday life.


Mom & Dad, I’m Gray (Dec. 2021) – Slackjaw

The Living Room Express (Nov. 2021) – The Metaworker

Caged Potential (Oct. 2021) – Utopia Science Fiction

The Loophole (Sep. 2021) – Nonbinary Review

The Arbitrator 4000 (reprint, June 2021) – Metastellar

A Life in Numbers (June 2021) – Door Is A Jar

The Hare in the Dish (May 2021) – Blue Lake Review

The Floor is Made of Lava (May 2021) – Close to the Bone

Tiger’s Nuts (Apr. 2021) – Fiction on the Web

The Human Experience (reprint, Feb. 2021) – After Dinner Conversation

Anything You Want (Jan. 2021) – Reflex Press

Nine Minutes into the Future (Dec. 2020) – Literally Stories

Buddy’s New Friend (Dec. 2020) – Idle Ink

Toilet Humour (Sep. 2020) – City. River. Tree.

Paradox (Nov. 2019) – Escaped Ink

The Human Experience: A Short Story Collection (Sep. 2018)


NYC Midnight Short Story Semifinalist with Honourable Mention (2019)

NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Semifinalist (2018, 2019)

NYC Midnight Short Story Semifinalist (2018)

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