“Places Still On Fire” Shortlisted At The Masters Review!

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I am so thrilled that my short story “Places Still On Fire” has been shortlisted for

The Masters Review Volume IV!

See the official announcement here. 

Guest editor Kevin Brockmeier (!!!) will make his final decision by the end of May.

I’m honestly thrilled to know that even if my story is not selected, it will be read by Kevin Brockmeier. That feels like a victory.

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“Thank You For Watching” Published at The Stoneslide Corrective

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I have a brand new story published at The Stoneslide Corrective!

Thank You For Watching

was written as an homage to the old Twilight Zone episodes I used to watch as a kid.

It was a lot of fun to write and I hope you enjoy reading it!

Special thanks to Christopher Wachlin, editor at The Stoneslide Corrective,

for all of his help on this story!

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New Story, “Chasing The Cracks”, published at 94 Creations

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I am so proud to have a new short story, “Chasing The Cracks” published at 94 Creations Issue 6.

This edition is available through amazon.com.

http://goo.gl/MwRxPp

According to their website, “94 Creations is a literary journal that publishes an eclectic assortment of outstanding fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, drama, and art by both emerging and established writers and artists.”

New Short Story Published at Crack The Spine Literary Magazine

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I have a new short story called Burn Baby, Burn published

at Crack The Spine Literary Magazine.

http://www.crackthespine.com/2013/07/issue-seventy-four.html

Please read it.  Please love it.

Our little Burn Baby needs your love.

Note: I mentioned this once before, but it really is worth repeating:  My story will be published in their online journal but it is now eligible for inclusion in one of their print publications. They take into account feedback left on their website and social media sites. So, if you like my story, please tell them. I would love the opportunity to reach a wider audience and for my story to be published in one of their esteemed anthologies.