Happy Monday everyone! I’m happy to share that yesterday my short story “The Farmer’s Boy” went live in The Scarlet Leaf Review. This one is a little longer than some of my recent pieces (3700 words!) and a bit more true to the YA high fantasy that’s so close to my heart. It follows a … Continue reading New story available!
Hey guys! I'm happy to share that my author interview with the fabulous Ginger Collect magazine is now live. They recently published my flash piece "The Misna's Gift" and they're a new but great little venue. Feel free to check out the interview, and the magazine as a whole! Happy reading!
September was an odd month for me. Three of my stories finally went live, two of which were accepted ages ago so I'd been dying for them to make their way into the world. My favorite among them (and yes, I do pick favorites) is definitely A Perennial’s Chorus. I don’t know that it’s my … Continue reading A look back at September
I first heard about banned books week in high school, and I was baffled—people were banning books?! Why? When I looked up the list my jaw dropped. Half of my favorite books were on that list! For those of you that don't know, Banned Books Week pushes back against censorship and celebrates the freedom to … Continue reading It’s Banned Books Week!
Last week I brought you a bittersweet story about lake monsters and grief...and this week I'm thrilled to announce my story "A Perennial's Chorus" has gone live in Asymmetry magazine! It's a story of life, growth, and loss from the perspective of a tree. Yes, a tree. A dryad, to be more specific. Here's a … Continue reading New flash fiction available