Award Nomination

I found out yesterday that my short story “Pyg the Tinker” was nominated for a Write Well Award. I have no idea when I’ll find out whether I won but I am super excited. If I win, my story will be included in a print anthology that is actually available from retailers. “Pyg the Tinker”Continue reading “Award Nomination”

Holy Schnikes! Pushcart Nomination

Holy schnikes doesn’t really sound like a verbose title that would be written by a Pushcart Prize nominee, but it is. That’s right, I was notified tonight that my story, “She Knit”, which was published in the Wild Horses: Women on Fire 2015 edition was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. I know that thousands of stories,Continue reading “Holy Schnikes! Pushcart Nomination”

New Publication – Pyg the Tinker

My short story “Pyg the Tinker” was published by the online literary journal Quantum Fairy Tales. This is my steampunk take on the Greek myth of Pygmalion (not the George Bernard Shaw Pygmalion). Pyg the Tinker passed his days in his workshop, and his nights in the Spartan bedroom behind it. He chose a lifeContinue reading “New Publication – Pyg the Tinker”

New Acceptance

I got word that my short story, Pyg the Tinker (which is a steampunk-esque take on the Pygmalion myth) will be featured in the Summer Issue of Quantum Fairy Tales! This should go to remind me that your work can’t be published unless you actually submit it. Which means I need to get back inContinue reading “New Acceptance”

It’s Here! My First Publication!

The first ever short story I wrote and, now, my first ever publication went live today! Its a sort of YA/Horror thing.  Katie waved to her boyfriend, Jake, trying to signal him to get his car out from in view of the house. He had the headlights turned off, but there was still a chanceContinue reading “It’s Here! My First Publication!”

Exciting News

I received word yesterday that my short story, “She Knit”, will be included in the Wild Horse: Women on Fire collection, which releases for Women’s History Month in March 2015.  Now, to stop celebrating long enough to send in my bio and picture.