Dear M – – – – , They’re making me write this, and I’ll trash it when I’m done, so don’t expect too much. Dr. Charon wants us to write these to get it out. The Hurt. He wants us to capitalize it, and I know it’s all BS, but if I’m going to write a fake letter then I might as well go all … Continue reading Queen of the Hill
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
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
Flash Fiction Magazine wants to publish one of my pieces! It’ll be up on February 20! Links will be provided! Yay! Continue reading Yay!