Zebras and Pandas at Hobart

Thanks to Elle Nash and the Hobart team for showcasing my story: Zebras and Pandas.

Inspiration credit shout-out belongs to Inspector Clouseau and The Pink Panther.

It’s the movie that has costumed zebra policemen running down the middle of the street at midnight.

 

Night Lights at formercactus

The good folks at formercactus has my story, Night Lights on their new website.

A website that showcases prickly writing for keen minds.

Story at Necessary Fiction

Steve Himmer from Necessary Fiction has my story “Food” up on their website.

I had fun writing this story. I was feeling homesick and when I mean homesick, I’m not talking about family, I’m talking about food. Don’t worry my mom and dad know this. They don’t hold it against me (well most of the time they don’t). In fact they’re often excited when I come out for a visit because it means the whole lot of us all cram together in the car and drive for miles to hit those wonderful hamburger/Mexican/fast food places.

Childhood at CHEAP POP

What do you get when you combine violent entertainment and recreation?

You get my story: Childhood.

CHEAP POP has it up on their beautiful website.

Story at Monkeybicycle

James Tate Hill from Monkeybicycle has my story, “Gif You” up.

The story (surprisingly) was inspired by a gif.

New Story at University of Georgia’s Mandala Journal

Mandala Journal published my story, “Counting” in their Spring 2015 “Echoes” Issue.

Three New Stories Up

Karen & Leona at Dactyl published my story “When Sarah Brightman Goes To Space, It’s Fun” for their Time & Space Issue.

Justin Nicholes at The Pavilion chose “Magic Strands” to be in their Fall Issue.

Joey Pizzolato from Curbside Splendor Publishing has my story “The Caves” in the October 2014 e-zine.

New Editorial at Eastlit

Check out my Editorial over at Eastlit. It’s about dogs, planes, and writing.

99 cents

I just found out that I could have got my domain name for 99 cents. Yep, that’s right: 99 cents. Oh, well. Anyway, here’s some inspiration from SpongeBob Squarepants to make everything all right:

I’m a goofy goober! YEAH!

You’re a goofy goober! YEAH!
We’re all goofy goobers! YEAH!
Goofy goofy goober goober! YEAH!