Wannerin & Wunnerin, as featured on Flash Fiction Magazine

As promised, here’s a story I wrote¬†that Flash Fiction Magazine published, called “Wannerin & Wunnerin”: Deer Chri I doan kno y we callit deer wen u aint got nantlers. N E ways I ben wunnerin wut make an homme get up n out in a morn wif a col always wisprin in yer ear liek a seecurt, only iss securt mean a stik u down … Continue reading Wannerin & Wunnerin, as featured on Flash Fiction Magazine

An Aesthetic/Anesthetic

She came out of sewer grates, alleyways, locker- and bathrooms. Anywhere she could get equal footing. Had a stink about her. About was the best word because it was more descriptive than odorous: talcum powder sprinkled on week-old vomit. Feversweat collected under fat folds. Rank was kind. Rank was polite. Followed behind, step for step. Would vanish when he’d turn around; fly into air ducts … Continue reading An Aesthetic/Anesthetic