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Microfiction Monday Magazine features “Denver Disappeared Wednesday”

The nice folks over at Microfiction Monday Magazine published a piece of my flash fiction today.  It’s a science fiction/horror short entitled “Denver Disappeared Wednesday,” and you can find it right here.  Thank you, Editor Gayle Towell!

Microfiction Monday Magazine is a truly enjoyable online periodical that challenges writers to tell a complete story in 100 words or less.  (I was lucky enough to see a couple of my horror shorts published there back in 2014.)  I’m always impressed by the way its selected writers do so much with so few words.

It’s great fun to read, and it’s easy to enjoy on a coffee break.  Check it out.



Microfiction Monday Magazine features my latest flash fiction.

Microfiction Monday Magazine today featured my 100-word horror story, “I bring her diamonds.  My hands are full of them.”

I just wanted to thank Editor Gayle Towell, who herself is a wonderful writer.  Ms. Towell was a pleasure to work with, and really helped me to improve the initial draft I submitted, particularly with concern to point-of-view and narrative voice.