Tag: short story

We Shall Be Monsters

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein‘s publication, Renaissance Press is releasing We Shall Be Monsters, an anthology of short stories from a diverse group of authors, many of whom represent marginalized voices. I am excited to announce that one of my stories, “Mother Monster,” will be included in the collection.

There is currently a Kickstarter running to support the project, please check it out.

An Eternal Farewell

Winner of the 2010 Marion Drysdale Award, Grade 9/10 Prose Fiction

Summary: On the day humanity leaves the planet Earth, a girl remembers how she and her friends fought to save the planet’s last surviving tree.

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The Forest of Death and Life

Written for NYC Midnight‘s Short Story Challenge 2017, round 3

Prompt: Open / sunset / an undertaker

Summary: In a cemetery full of trees, rather than headstones, the mysterious caretaker seeks to learn about the human experience.

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The Cold Case of Robin Daniels

Written for NYC Midnight‘s Flash Fiction Challenge 2016, round 2.

Prompt: Mystery / an ocean pier / earplugs

Summary: Report Jenna Wells looks into the unsolved murder a woman found dead in the ocean twenty years earlier.

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Written for NYC Midnight‘s Flash Fiction Challenge 2016, round 1.

Prompt: Fantasy / a garbage dump / a pack of cigarettes

Summary: A young woman goes into enemy territory, seeking a way to restore her people’s magic.

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