One night only. August 7th, my short play ‘But that’s not what we ordered’ will be staged as part of Parent’s Night by One Night Stand Theatre in Aurora: https://www.onenightstandtheater.org/
You can read(for free) three short horror stories of mine that are in the new summer issue of Sirens Call’s magazine:
Proud to have my poem “I am an innocent bellman” included in a special section honoring service workers in the fall issue of Rattle Magazine. Please pick up or order a copy of the issue:
You can see my short story about a CASA volunteer who takes on a custody case about dogs in The Plaid Horse here:
Looking for chills? My poetry is included as part of the Golden Fedora Poetry Prize. Available in print and on Kindle at Amazon starting 4/9
My story ‘Peace criminals don’t do time’ is a finalist in Dappled Things annual competition. See more at:
My sequel to Snow White is in this new story collection that updates fairy tales. Available in Kindle now with print copies later on. A great last minute e-stocking stuffer,
The Best Small Fictions is the first contemporary anthology solely devoted to honoring the best short hybrid fiction published in a calendar year.
The series began in 2015, featuring seasoned and emerging writers. Flash, micro fiction, prose poetry, and haibun stories are just some examples of the hybrid forms honored.
The Masters Review is excited to share our nominations for Best Small Fictions! Meet the authors, read their stories:
The High Points by Craig Kenworthy – Winner of Ooligan’s Write To Publish Short Fiction Contest
This is in Ponta Delgada on Sao Miguel.
Cinco Picos- Mom and I on the ridge where Dad’s military post was .
Overlooking the square in Angra on Terceria the island I was born on. Founded in 1480 and yes, I ran up the small peak in the background.
In lovely Bantry, Ireland. Quite a treat to read my short story there among so many wonderful writers. I told the audience:
As we waited to board Aer Lingus in Seattle, I was chatting with two Irish guys. They asked why I was going to Ireland. I told them I was reading a short story at a literary event. And what is it about? Long pause. You do not want to tell someone boarding a Transatlantic flight that your short story is about someone investigating a…plane crash:)