I wrote this review for JASAT, the Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas. It appears in Volume 46: November, 2016. Download the clipping HERE.
Wonky Email Delays Gratification
While still feeling smug about the Faulkner-Wisdom folks saying they liked my novel-in-progress, I logged into Submittable to see what I still have in the active column, with a view to submitting something somewhere. I clicked the “Accepted” tab by accident, knowing I have received no notifications, but three of my story titles were there…
Finding Cabo Rojo-recognized by Faulkner Wisdom
I was pleased to learn today that my novel-in-progress, Finding Cabo Rojo, received some recognition from the judges of the 2017 Faulkner-Wisdom competition. It made it to the semi-finals, and I heard through the grapevine they had more submissions this year than they have ever had before. I’ll consider it a win. I’m thrilled!
I will be writing
This year I signed up for the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge. I think it is the same challenge I wrote for last year but the name changed. In any case, this weekend is round two, so I plan to be writing. I really like my round one story, and it scored respectably, so hopefully…
Me at Texas Review Press
I neglected to share this article about me when it came out a year ago. I am still at Texas Review Press now. Alumna Turns New Page with Texas Review Press
Flash Fiction Prize
I won a flash fiction prize in the Cracked Flash Fiction Competition in December 2016. My piece was entitled “The Understanding.” You can read it HERE, or you can just scroll down the page. I decided to post a screenshot as this news is a couple of years old now, and you just never know…
Honorable Mention for “The Art of the Bargain”
I’m pleased that my 2nd round story for the NYC Short Story Challenge 2016, “The Art of the Bargain,” received an honorable mention. Only four stories advanced to round three from each heat, and I was number 5. I’m still proud to have made it that far. I’ll certainly participate in this contest again. It…
The Texas Review V36 Fall/Winter 2015
I love the way this cover came out. Although I did the layout, I can’t really take credit for the beautiful artwork provided by J. Bob Blacklock. I don’t do a lot of covers at Texas Review Press, but once in a while I get to flex my Photoshop muscles.
Round 2–NYC Short Story Challenge
I made it to the second round of the 10th Annual NYC Short Story Challenge! My story, “Chumming for Sharks,” is a thriller about assuming a new identity with an unannounced house guest somewhere in it. I spent last weekend writing my second round story, a fairy tale about breaking a rule with a character…
This page links to the issues of The Inkwell edited by Kim Davis. The Inkwell is the twice yearly newsletter of the Madison County Writers Guild. The Inkwell – November 2011 The Inkwell – February 2012 The Inkwell – August 2012