Bits

stories published in 2017:

Clearing His Head (The Airgonaut, March 2017)

Flowers in the Road (Syntax & Salt, March 2017)

Crashing the Wave ((b)OINK, April 2017)

Matchsticks (Necessary Fiction, May 2017)

No More Pescatarianism (CHEAP POP, May 2017)

I Am Girl (OCCULUM, June 2017)

Night Call (Ellipsis Zine, September 2017)

Stung (Cold Creek Review, September 2017)

The Cartographer (Jellyfish Review, October 2017)

Shots (Firefly Magazine, TBA)

Us Girls and Our Boys (Synaesthesia Magazine, TBA)

The Weight of Grief (Hypertrophic Literary, TBA)

 

stories published in 2016:

Tethered (Zetetic: A Record of Unusual Inquiry, February 2016)

9 Crimes (Pidgeonholes, March 2016)

The Knives of Her Life (Flash Fiction Online, April 2016)

The Boys in the Bluffs (Rose Red Review, April 2016)

It Took You Eight Months To Leave Me (Vine Leaves Literary Journal, page 43, May 2016)

Soup & Nail Polish (Drunk Monkeys, July 2016)

My Husband is Made of Ash (SmokeLong Quarterly, August 2016)

My Sister’s Aquarium (Cease, Cows, October 2016; nominated for Best of the Net)

 

stories published in 2015:

Things June Hid Behind (Word Riot, May 2015)

The Fruit Salad Tree (freeze frame fiction, July 2015)

The Alabaster Man (Cease, Cows, July 2015)

Cracked (Eunoia Review, July 2015)

When I Leave You Behind (Maudlin House, August 2015)

The Falling Cinders of Anlong Pi (Bartleby Snopes, August 2015; nominated for Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net)

i am a haenyeo (Zetetic: A Record of Unusual Inquiry, September 2015)

They Don’t Wave (Pidgeonholes, September 2015)

Gooseberry Jam (Pidgeonholes, September 2015)

Pinkies & Clay (Every Day Fiction, September 2015)

The Clawfoot Tub (Unbroken, page 29, September 2015)

Empties (Literary Orphans, October 2015)

The Swick of His Kiss (Synaesthesia Magazine, December 2015)

 

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