Short Stories

Death of a Minor Man: All characters must die – or worse, be deleted.
Grace: a flash fiction piece published in this anthology.
Letter to a Neverlover: When I was fifteen and you were fourteen, I fell in love with you – but then, I never told you that, did I?
Love in the Greasy Spoon Café: She asked me if I ever loved her. Did I? No, not really.
Mod: an alternate-future story about survival, where survival means outsmarting something that by definition is smarter than you. Which can never go well. Published in this anthology.
Morphine Street: She knows she’s dreaming.
Postcards from Afghanistan: a flash fiction piece published in this anthology.
The Blind Sari: “Jump,” she’d said. “Don’t look-and-leap. Just jump.” Winner of the Creative Writing Ink May 2012 competition.
The Broken Road: He did not remember, because she is beyond forgetting.
Third on the Left: “If he’d jumped off the roof with a gun, you’d have been here,”  she said.
What Lies Below: She has never seen still water before, and it means death. She is sure of it. Winner of the Creative Writing Ink September 2012 competition.
Where The Sky Met The Sea: a flash fiction piece published in this anthology.
Yellow in the Sky: They say the wind can destroy cities, but I haven’t seen it. I don’t think I believe it.
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