Microfiction

Incorrigible Jerk

Dear Ghost,

Published with 500 Miles Magazine

kILLED

Bleeding to death along the sandy road while gun smoke cleared from my head wasn’t a problem Read More

YELLING UNHEARD

Dear Ghost

Published with Story64. Needs a new home.

Halloween Contest Winner

BUMMED

“They only want your money, son. Trust me.” Read More

~Journal of Microliterature

STANDOFF

Soon after the bullet split into my flesh, through my organs, I saw blood trace the sand.

Originally published with The Fable Online. Needs a new home.

HOUSE IS HAUNTED

Never believed in the paranormal. Then, Zephyr, a woman who had hung herself in our home one hundred years ago appeared.

Originally published with The Fable Online

MIZU

My plane landed in Tokyo three hours late. My flight for Nagoya left without me. Read More

~A Quiet Courage Journal

HOW OLD ARE YOU?

Day one of teaching English in Japan; “How old are you?” was the easiest question for the students. Read More

~A Quiet Courage Journal

ON THE HIGH HOUR

Everybody witnessed the excitment when the clock sounded at noon and the shots were heard round the town. Read More

~Round Up Writer’s Zine

How Did I Feel?

My flesh fell off on its own. I couldn’t see Read More

~Microfiction Mondays

Flash fiction

RED LASER BEAM

It shone through the window, then curtain, then onto the rug. The sparkling light moved towards Phil. Read More

~LitroNY

#FlashFriday Feature