“have mercy” won the student fiction contest for 2019, and was published in issue #5 of assignment magazine. a link will be provided when it’s ready. this piece of short historical fiction plays with point of view in a chilling tale about the lengths people will go to stand by faith—and to try to destroy it—as well as the dangers of absolute power.
this short story was published by z publishing, in their connecticut’s emerging writers anthology in september 2018. get your hands on a copy.
a glass of scotch
dual coast magazine published “a glass of scotch” in february 2016. get your copy to read this short story.
visit the copperfield review to read this short story for free. it was published in february 2015. a shorter version of this story received honorable mention in the wow - women on writing winter 2015 flash fiction contest.
peanut butter & jelly
see spot run published this short story in january 2015. though the publication is no longer around, you can contact me if you would like to read this story.
the penman review published this story in december 2014. you can read it for free on the publication’s website.
a king's life
my first-ever published short story, this one appeared in fictitious magazine’s inaugural issue in december 2010. when the site moved, the archives section was reset, so this one never made it, but if you’d like to read it, i welcome you to contact me. this is my only published fantasy story.