Short Fiction

“Soft & Spoken”

Forthcoming from The Conium Review, Fall 2019

Two sisters under an old family curse look for a cure and a way out of their small, Appalachian town while helping their father with his backyard moonshining business.

“If Only You Ate Them Sooner”

Parenthses Journal, Issue 7

A witch finds herself feeling unexpected affection for her latest meal.

“The boy is too thin to eat; that’s what you tell yourself, in the early days. He’s too thin, yes. Needs fattening up.”

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“My Name Was Never Frankenstein”

My Name Was Never Frankenstein: And Other Classic Adventure Tales Reanimated

A quest for revenge and redemption plagues a young woman’s mind as she ventures across the Arctic sea in search of a monster.

“End of the World Talk Show”

Hyperion and Theia, Vol. 1: Saturnalia

A lonely apprentice in a post apocalyptic town unwittingly tunes into the broadcasts of a girl trekking across the deserted United States, believing she’s the last person on Earth.

“We were on a ship, as was usual for us in those days. Ann, my lady’s maid, was with me, not because I needed a lady’s maid but because while I rarely kept with propriety, there were some customs I simply couldn’t eschew without causing undue concern.”

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“Nothing interesting ever happens in the old radio station, not since well before the apocalypse, anyway.”

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