I remember the old deck of cards, there were only forty-seven, how we played war and slap-jacked those cards, their clay-coated smoothness.Read more "“Sweet Violets” | New Flash Fiction Review: Issue 14 | 1 September 2018"
He threw away his Purple Hearts. Those he let go.Read more "“Shaft” | Cleaver Magazine Issue No. 21 | 22 March 2018"
“He stole a pocket guide to flowers, marked 35-cents, to give as a birthday present, but he still has it. “Read more "Reading Games | Spelk Fiction | 22 January 2018"
“In the gentle breeze he thinks he can discern the light smell of the lilac taking over, for just an instant, the heavy smell of gas.”Read more "Review | Special Like the People on TV | Tommy Dean"
She loved how Edward curried her stifles and gaskins, how he spoke sweetly, always producing a sugar cube of good news.Read more "The Groom | Five:2:One #thesideshow | 4 November 2017"
Not since Allie Caulfield has an absent character carried so much weight.Read more "Review | PERSON/A: A Novel by Elizabeth Ellen | 24 September 2017"
Nominated for Best of the Net | Nominated for The Pushcart Prize – Her cape of color stretched and spread like dampness through neighborhood views, like the music of oboes and bagpipes.Read more "Moi, Je Suis la Porte | Sundog Lit: Issue 12 | 30 May 2017"