Published Stories

Published Stories

These are my published stories.  Enjoy them.  If you like a particular story a lot, feel free to leave a comment on my Blog.  If you're interested in some of my unpublished stories, I will have those available for personal reading and for publications that may want to adopt them.

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Three Chicas

Ghost Town

Issue 10, 2018

California State University, San Bernardino.

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Buford Highway

Wraparound South

Summer/Fall Issue 2018

Buford Highway is the quintessential melting pot of the South – where all ethnicities came to and tried to adapt to what it was to be an American.

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Speaking in Spanglish

Azahares Literary Magazine

10th anniversary issue, Spring 2018. Go to page 29 to read story. But read the whole thing, the other works are absolutely wonderful. 

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Chocolate Man

The Seventh Wave

Image courtesy of Dixon Hamby

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A Man With The Dim Halo

Zoetrope All-Story Extra

A man in a South American city wakes up one morning only to realize there's a dim halo around his head.

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The Lavender House

AIM Quarterly – Won Best Fiction, Second Prize

A young girl tells the story about how she came to be a resident of the lavender house.

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Red Land

The Paumanok Review (featured writer)

Frustrated with living in an apartment, a couple moves away to the land of red,  and experience the stress of building their own home.

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Three Weeks

StorySouth

"Three weeks," I said, asking or repeating, not quite sure what to think. I asked Jeanette what kind of test they had performed. How could they be so sure that it was three weeks, why not five, or six, or a year.

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White Canvas

The Paunamok Review

A survivor with PTSD deals with her past as she tries to create her first painting. 

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Disposable People

The Americas Review

A story about one of the last bastions of manufacturing still in the United States.

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The Stain

Magic Realism

An elderly lady finds a stain in the front of her house and has to deal with what it really means. 

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Guava Branches

Missouri Writers' Guild's annual Well Versed

Father and son go up a mountain looking for guava branches.

These are my published stories.  Enjoy them.  If you like a particular story a lot, feel free to leave a comment on my Blog.  If you're interested in some of my unpublished stories, I will have those available for personal reading and for publications that may want to adopt them.

IMG_6021_450-280

Three Chicas

Ghost Town

Issue 10, 2018

California State University, San Bernardino.

slingshotI_warm_45-x280

Buford Highway

Wraparound South

Summer/Fall Issue 2018

Buford Highway is the quintessential melting pot of the South – where all ethnicities came to and tried to adapt to what it was to be an American.

Azahares_450x280

Speaking in Spanglish

Azahares Literary Magazine

10th anniversary issue, Spring 2018. Go to page 29 to read story. But read the whole thing, the other works are absolutely wonderful. 

Chocolate Man image450x280

Chocolate Man

The Seventh Wave

Image courtesy of Dixon Hamby

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The Man With The Dim Halo

Zoetrope All-Story Extra

A man in a South American city wakes up one morning only to realize there's a dim halo around his head.

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The Lavender House

AIM Quarterly – Won Best Fiction, Second Prize

A young girl tells the story about how she came to be a resident of the lavender house.

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Red Land

The Paumanok Review (featured writer)

Frustrated with living in an apartment, a couple moves away to the land of red, into their own house, and experience the stress of building their own home.

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Three Weeks

Published in StorySouth

"Three weeks," I said, asking or repeating, not quite sure what to think. I asked Jeanette what kind of test they had performed. How could they be so sure that it was three weeks, why not five, or six, or a year.

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White Canvas

The Paunamok Review

A survivor with PTSD deals with her past as she tries to create her first painting. 

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Disposable People

The Americas Review

A story about one of the last bastions of manufacturing still in the United States.

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The Stain

Magic Realism

An elderly lady finds a stain in the front of her house and has to deal with what it really means. 

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Guava Branches

Missouri Writers' Guild's annual Well Versed

Father and son go up a mountain looking for guava branches.