Fiction

A Sister

I had a sister once. Three years younger than me, with long, skinny arms and legs, and eyes greener than pine needles.

After The War

I wrote this for a contest. The prompt was to write 500 words and use the terms “tennis ball”, “bunker” and “animal rights”.

Burning Love

When Nate came back as a toaster, panic was his first response.

Eggs

This time it was a puzzle piece. I watched, fascinated, as its edges began to curl in the crackling oil.

Physical Double

I wrote this for a contest at Prime Number Magazine. The prompt asked for a 53-word story in the form of a want ad.

The Blue Door

This story was my submission for round ten of NPR’s Three-Minute Fiction contest. The prompt was to tell a story in the form of a voicemail message.

The Day Riots

Written in response to a flash fiction challenge posted on Chuck Wendig's blog.

Tracks

Written in response to a flash fiction challenge posted on Chuck Wendig's blog.