What can trauma, as a theoretical lens, teach us about justice?
Sanctuary in Okay Donkey Mag
Raw Meat - X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine
She was eighty when being eighty meant being eighty.
Old Teachers Never Die in Anti-Heroin Chic Journal
The Benefits of a DIY Writing Retreat - Brevity's Nonfiction Blog
We never did make a fire. We never sat outside in the glorious sun. We didn’t kayak or even take a walk.
DRY HEAT - NINE MUSES POETRY
tiny colored lights strung up on a weathered wooden fence, distant bar chatter, guitar and trains
Unblessed - Manqué Magazine
His apartment was large and bare and smelled of nothing.
Looking Glass - The Bangalore Review
There was no great splash. Time didn’t stop. He simply slid into the water, and it enveloped his little body.
Life - Molecule Tiny Lit Mag
I like certains: recess, bullfrogs croaking, lists with gaps for check marks—done or not done.
Liminal Space - Cathexis Northwest Press
Did I tell you I wanted this –
Interview: Michelle Bailat-Jones - PANK
Unfurled is told from the perspective of a single character, Ella, but who tries to grant herself imaginative access to a story that she could not have really known…
The Lake - The Drabble
Lakes keep secrets, she once said, you’ll feel them on a winter’s morning when it’s just you, the wind rippling the water’s skin, and the quiet melody of the birdsong.
Bobby Briggs and the Wrong Ryan Miller Collection - Funny Pearls
As I stood among the small neat granite headstones, the larger sculptures, the old solemn trees, and the incongruous brazen red 15 mph signs, he had told me, ‘I’ll be leaving this weekend,’ and I had let his words go unanswered.
Review: Thank Your Lucky Stars - Necessary Fiction
Flick’s writing is fresh and decisive, often lyrical in its descriptions.
Forthcoming in 2020
My essay When Food Becomes Love will be included in a collection published by Woodhall Press.