You Will Find My Essence Here, Flash Fiction

I walked with the sunrise to my back. The sky bled from ocher and gradiated to blue, which seemed to darken as I walked toward it. The gunmetal clouds hoisted themselves into the sky and acted as a Delphic omen of my end. Even in knowing this, I march onward, in no particular direction, but… Continue reading You Will Find My Essence Here, Flash Fiction

The Fundamentals of Being Wrong, A Short Story

James and Darleen are having serious financial problems, can James overcome his ego before the relationship crumbles?

Utopia of Trees, A Short Story

The sun bellowed blistering words onto my back as I left from a day’s work. Exposed skin between the collar of my t-shirt and the start of my hair radiated heat from being victim to the constant tirade. The village of trees that would shade me from Ra was only a few minutes’ walk away.… Continue reading Utopia of Trees, A Short Story

Tenth of December By George Saunders, Book Review

There are only a handful of writers I can think of who can handle a character with such maturity that, even within a short story, I can get a full picture. One of these noble few is George Saunders. He's had stories published in The New Yorker, GQ, and other publishers ad aemulationum; he's also… Continue reading Tenth of December By George Saunders, Book Review

Nihility’s Gate, A Short Story

The Pacific Ocean roared its heave-ho beneath the boat which Lottie was a passenger. She sat at the bow and faced sternward to capture the faces of the passengers with her iPhone. The men and women, all pilgrims, were dressed in the same white New Balance tennis shoes, boot cut jeans, and plain grey t-shirt.… Continue reading Nihility’s Gate, A Short Story