I have a micro poemâ€”Glass, Ceilingâ€”up at the wonderful new lit mag, The Offing, a channel of the Los Angeles Review of Books, today. A little Hansel and Gretel in space-inspired retelling. Enjoy!
Little Sisters like Triceratops and Foliate Oak
My Little Sister, Madeline is in the February issue of Foliate Oak.
Fail Again, Fail Better with a Purple Painted House
Happy to share my flash fiction story, Purple Painted House, which was published at Failbetter magazine. In PPH, Bree goes with her father to Mexico to build a house. It is not a trip she volunteered for.
Superhero Dragons in Ideomancer
One of my tiny poems is in the December issue of Ideomancer. Itâ€™s called Dragon Girl, and itâ€™s about a superhero. Check out the entire issue here.
Lightning Cake and Compsognathus on Pluto
Lightning Cake published my flash story Pluto! Sarah and her space crew stop on lush Pluto for a much-needed respite. Things start off innocently enough when they befriend a tiny compsognathus.
Read my story Pluto here. And be sure to check out the rest of The Moon Cake, aka the second edition of Lightning Cake. A Tumblr-based magazine of illustrated flash fiction, they haveÂ lots of pretty and whimsical stories.
SeveralÂ of my personal favorites:
Cumulus by L. Chapman.
The Wallpaper Must Go by Rebecca Emanuelsen.
My Mars Base by Trevor Shikaze.
Lucy and Eve Go Out For Coffee in the Land of the Dead by Emily Beyda.
In addition to tiny speculative stories, Lightning Cake has art! This issue’s storiesÂ were illustrated by Scotland-based artist Jen Muir.
Catching Constellations with Hairnets on The Teacup Trail
I have a tiny poem called Hair Constellation up at The Teacup Trail, a lovely Tumblr-based lit + art magazine. Itâ€™s Rapunzel reimagined. Star watcher. Star catcher. Star shaper. Read it here.
Curious about The Berkeley Fiction Review
My watercolor, â€œCurious Child,â€ is included in Issue 34 of the Berkeley Fiction Review.
I also had two Twitter fiction publications in January and February: Barnacle Hug in Cuento and Honeycomb Maze in 7×20.
Mermaids like Onion Rings and Mirror Dance
The summer issue of Mirror Dance includes my story, The City of Lonely Lights. It involves mermaids, a chemist, and a lover with an otherworldly secret. This story originally appeared in a longer form in the British Fantasy Societyâ€™s BFS Journal.
A Buckeye Mocha for The Good Men Project
The Good Men Project published my story, Something Simple, Something Complicated, on Friday. Lucy Hayek meets Zack when she moves to Columbus for graduate school. Things start out simple between them, until things become more complicated. Thanks to Fiction Editor Matthew Salesses for selecting it.
Hermit Crabs in Tide Pools and decomP
The September issue of decomPÂ includes my flash fiction story, Tide Pools. Two sisters spend the day at Laguna Beach.