So there’s this article that’s been making some ripples in corners of the internet lately. It’s titled, “Things I Can… Read more About That MFA Article.
Part 3 of the short fiction series, The Mausoleum.
Cassie sat still in the living room of Sam’s house, trying not to be a bother while he freshened up… Read more The Mausoleum, Part 2
Cassie and Sam walked along the tree-lined lane toward the elementary school, just as they did every afternoon. It was… Read more The Mausoleum.
I always considered myself kind of a lone critter. I’ve never enjoyed group work, and I find it difficult to… Read more A Love Letter to my Writers Group.
When I was young, I don’t think there was anything called “YA Fiction.” In fact, I don’t recall having heard… Read more Concerns About YA Fiction.
There’s a point that you reach in the process of writing a piece of fiction where you don’t know what… Read more In Beta.
Clara stood awkwardly at the head of the grave, watching her husband. He had finished the hole, and now, standing… Read more The Resurrectionists.
Well, it’s been well over a week since I’ve posted here, which in itself is unusual. I’ve been writing; most… Read more Refractory Period.
She staggered out through the dry timbers that framed a gaping doorway into the wild night. The wind itself was… Read more In That Hole.