The Depths of El Hoyo

My latest story, “The Depths of El Hoyo,” is live on Flash Fiction Magazine. Flash Fiction Magazine publishes a piece of flash fiction (max. 1000 words) daily. With 17,000 followers on Twitter, they are one of the most read sites publishing flash fiction, and I am honoured to be included in their magazine. Editor KeelyContinue reading “The Depths of El Hoyo”

My Grandmother Died And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt

I have another story published to Slackjaw, my third in less than two months! I continue to receive such wonderful feedback from friends and family as well as the Medium community. I wish I had gotten into comedy writing a lot sooner. I think I’m quickly finding my niche. The story is as ridiculous asContinue reading “My Grandmother Died And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt”

The Living Room Express

My most recent story “The Living Room Express” is available to read for free on the Metaworker. Please check it out. Fair warning: This is a dark story. Perhaps the darkest I’ve written yet. It contains themes of alcoholism and parental abuse. While I typically write fiction, I most often read non-fiction. I’m particularly drawnContinue reading “The Living Room Express”

Caged Potential

Please check out my latest story “Caged Potential” available in the latest issue of Utopia Science Fiction. My story is available for free as part of the preview, but I hope you will purchase the entire issue for the great content from the many different contributors. A special thank you to Tristan Evarts, editor-in-chief, forContinue reading “Caged Potential”

The Floor is Made of Lava

Check out my latest story, The Floor is Made of Lava, published by Close to the Bone, a UK imprint that focuses on crime fiction. A big thank you to editor Craig Douglas, who was easy and enjoyable to work with. The Floor is Made of Lava tells the story of a fictional drug calledContinue reading “The Floor is Made of Lava”

Tiger’s Nuts

My latest story Tiger’s Nuts is now available to read on Fiction on the Web. Working with editor Charlie Fish was easy. He was quick to respond to my submission and enthusiastic about the story. I appreciate Fiction on the Web for their engaged community of readers, frequent stories (twice a week), and lengthy publishingContinue reading “Tiger’s Nuts”