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June 19, 2019

In Ancient Egypt, women poured urine on barley and emmer wheat to confirm pregnancy. If the barley sprouted first, the child would be a son; if the wheat grew first, she would have a daughter. Apparently there is something in the urine of pregnant women, probably a gro...

June 5, 2019

I wrote this story for NYCmidnight.com's Flash Fiction challenge in 2016. The prompts were: Suspense / A plastic surgery center / A tire iron. I wanted to leave it to the reader to decide what happened. Did she leave or go back?

March 6, 2019

The Recycling Room started as a dark thriller, but ended up as something else altogether. I don't think I'd like to have Jacob as an employee though.

February 25, 2019

This is one of the silliest stories I've ever had the privilege to write. But you can't blame me completely. It's really a transcript of a crazy conversation my kids had in the backseat of our car one night when we were driving home from dinner. I've co...

December 29, 2018

I came up with the title "The Turquoise Jackalope" for a training document, and two people then requested the story. I told them to give me a genre (fantasy) and a theme (recycle) and then I got started. Before I started writing it, I had no idea it was a Chr...

November 26, 2018

I wrote this for HAVOK Publishing's newsletter (gohavok.com) after a fantastic graphic wishes their readers a 'Happy Hot Bird Day." It was one of those stories that basically wrote itself.

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