A sample of my flash and short fiction writing.
Written for the Exposition Review “Flash 405” contest. (External Link)
A short story of love and restaurants in post-zombie-apocalypse coastal Arizona.
A man’s car breaks down on the highway cutting through the Sonoran Desert. He decides to follow through with his terrible plans for the night right there.
A woodworker in a small Japanese hamlet deals with an impetuous spirit that has taken hold of a familial keepsake.
A woman copes with a handgun’s sad legacy in a very hands-on way.
A professional diver finds a tremendous treasure where it is least expected.
An entomologist and his associate travel to a remote site in Peru in search of a particular treasure.
A supervillain finds that cruelty cuts both ways at a speed dating event.
A lonely apocalypse.
In World War II, a group of Soviet women between the ages of 17 and 30 dropped bombs from fragile cropdusters on the Nazis by night. The Germans called them “Die Nachthexen.”