- Draw me like one of your French pups. #doggo #dogsofinstagram #pitbullmixesofinstagramFrom the dog.This was a pretty good raspberry sour beer. @threetavernsStep 1: throw ball Step 2: dog retrieves ball Step 3: dog runs off before returning ball for next throw Step 4: dog drops ball at back of yard and gets distracted Step 5: zoomies? #dogsofinstagram #pitbullmixesofinstagram#whatweleftbehind #ds9I feel as though @paul.hollywood would not approve of the giant air pocket in this bun.
Category Archives: flash fiction
Out today in The Arcanist: my flash fiction story about the gamification of tragedy, “Thoughts and Prayers”. I first wrote this in November 2015, after a mass shooting (I think), when I saw the outpouring of “support” on social media — … Continue reading
I wrote an interstitial story in the Secret Santa universe and it was published in the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine’s 2017 holiday episode, along with six other stories. Hear it by clicking here.
Martha knows her career is ending. She’s known it for years. But when the meeting is called, and she sees that everyone in the conference room is over fifty, she knows she’s out of time. The beginning of my fantasy … Continue reading
What happens after the superheroes defeat the vampires? Find out in “Clean Up”, a flash piece published by the Dunesteef. (via Episode 166: TWSC – Clean Up by Josh Roseman)
Other than the pheromones, and the fact that I now have to wear a breathing mask when I sleep so that I can actually get some sleep, there’s only one thing that drives me crazy about Mrf. That’s from my … Continue reading
Escape Pod is running a flash fiction contest. The entry period has ended, and we’ve moved onto voting. I have two stories in the running, out of the 92 total entries. The contest is completely anonymized – you won’t know … Continue reading
[P]rincipals all across the country are telling me that more and more lawyers are accompanying parents for school meetings dealing with their children. I seem to remember writing a story about this and having it published in Big Pulp’s Winter … Continue reading