Print Publications


Dark Moon Digest, Issue #12, 2013 – “The Jack-in-the-Box
Genre: YA Horror
Summary: The clown inside an old jack-in-the-box toy reveals secrets to a little girl whose father has just died.


Darker Times, Anthology #5, 2013 – “A Fair Day”18954022
Genre: Dark Fiction
Summary: A man with a tragic past contemplates life after a recent public catastrophe.


GrowingPainsGrowing Pains, June 2015 – “The Girl in the Attic”
Genre: YA Horror
Summary: A curious girl opens an attic that’s been nailed shut for sixty years.


cover_natureNature Futures, September 2015 – “Time Flies
Genre: Sci-Fi
Summary: In this near-future story, there’s enough time to go around… if only you can catch it.
Listen to the podcast of “Time Flies.”


Cover_1024x1024Spark: A Creative Anthology, Volume VII, 2016 – “Teardrops and Watermelon Seeds”
Genre: YA Magical Realism
Summary: The summer Gina turns 14, everything changes, and she’s holding on to her memories in a unique way.


Havok Magazine, October 2016 – “The Night Children”havok_cover-768x994
: YA Horror
Summary: When the sun sets, the night children come out to play.


Ember_3.1_Cover_a8cd13ad-4eda-41c5-8153-9a3dfb9111cf_1024x1024Ember: A Journal of Luminous Things, Volume 3, Issue 1, July 2018 – “Teardrops and Watermelon Seeds”
Genre: YA Magical Realism
Note: This story, originally published in Spark, is reprinted in this youth anthology with color illustrations.


21stCenturyGhostStories21st Century Ghost Stories, August 2018 – “Hindsight” 
: Horror
Summary: A woman encounters her doppelganger on a crowded highway.


51HtkJrn9XLRebirth: Havok Season One, July 2019 – “Window”
Genre: Mystery/Horror Flash Fiction
Summary: A woman bound by chains in a locked room tries to make sense of her surroundings.


halloweenhaunts-1Halloween Haunts, October, 2013 – “Darkness Follows”
Genre: Horror
Summary: A woman’s past revisits her every Halloween.

Online Publications

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  • Literary Juice, June 2013 – “The Game
    • Summary: Two unlikely characters play Scrabble.
  • MicroHorror, October 28, 2013 – “The Tomato-Elevator
    • Genre: Horror Flash Fiction
    • Summary: The tomato-elevator produced a squash again, and someone’s going to have to pay.
  • Writers Weekly, 2013 – “The Devil’s Plaything
    • Genre: Horror
    • This story won 1st place in theWriters Weekly 24-Hour Short Story Contest. The judge’s comments were, “Your story FREAKED US OUT!!! Made us want to go to church and get right with the Lord to avoid Hell. Ha ha!! :)”
  • MicroHorror, November 3, 2014 – “My New Place”
    • Genre: Humor/Horror
    • Summary: A man moves into a new place only to find out he’s not the only one living there.
  • Every Day Fiction, March 9, 2015 – “The Wish
    • Genre: Flash Fiction
    • Summary: A man regrets his wish.
  • Flash Fiction Magazine, March 9, 2015 – “Blink
    • Genre: Flash Fiction
    • No summary necessary. This story is only 100 words long, so you have time to read it. 🙂
  • HelloHorror, Spring 2015 – “Linger
    • Genre: Horror
    • Summary: A man is haunted by a shadow in his peripheral vision.
  • Under the Bed, Vol. 4, No. 6, 2016 – “The Other House
    • Genre: Horror
    • Summary: A three-year-old little girl loves to tell her parents about her other house. But it’s all just pretend… right?
  • Daily Science Fiction, January 2, 2017 – “Reap
    • Genre: Sci-Fi
    • Summary: The good news is, in the future we have finally solved our mosquito problem. The bad news is, now we have something worse.
  • The Ghost Story, February 14, 2018 – “Hindsight
    • Genre: Flash Fiction
    • This story won 2nd Honorable Mention in The Screw Turn Flash Fiction Competition.
  • Entropy, June 28, 2018 – “The Mayor”
    • Genre: Flash Fiction
    • This humorous and heartfelt tale is based on a true story.
  • Tales to Terrify, August 10, 2018 – “Makeup
    • Genre: Horror
    • People don’t believe me when I say I’m not afraid of clowns, so I tell them this story to prove it. Of course, I leave off the ending.
  • WOW! Women on Writing, February 4, 2019 – “Phoenix
    • Genre: Flash Fiction
    • This story was a runner-up in the WOW! Women on Writing Fall 2018 Flash Fiction Contest.
    • Read The Muffin’s interview with me about the writing of “Phoenix”
  • Allegory, May 2019 – “The Girl in the Attic”
    • Genre: YA Horror
    • This story was originally published in Growing Pains in 2015.
  • Havok, May 13, 2019 – “Window
    • Genre: Mystery/Horror Flash Fiction
    • The window was open just enough to let in the cool night air. It swam across her listless body and stirred the stench of rot that hung in the small space. 
  • Daily Science Fiction, March 16, 2022 – “20 Signs Your Neighbor Might Be a Mummy
    • Genre: Comedy Horror
    • Did your neighbor give you a swarm of insects for your birthday? If so, they might be a mummy.
  • Pressfuls, January 13, 2023 – “Seam”
    • Genre: Horror
    • Married life doesn’t always meet your expectations.


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