My Publications

13.2.2017 Paper Darts Magazine

Tale about two friends who live in a world which is wordless for half the year.

1.2.2017 The Wild Hunt

Fairy tale about a cruel queen – inspired by Theresa May.

1.2.2017 Beechwood Review

Flash fiction about a pebble found on a beach.

23.1.2017 Kirsty Logan’s Journal

Mini Memoir

2.1.2017 Fair Folk Journal

Tale of long ago snow days.

20.12.2016 Scrutiny Journal

Flash fiction about antique curtains – when closed you hear the past.

29.12.2016 Fair Folk Journal

 Mini fairy tale about envy, queens, and frost which flees.

18.12.2016 Half Mystic

Fairy tale about a piano-playing girl who has a metronome for a heart.

1.12.2016 Mirror Dance Magazine

Fairy tale about a girl who lives in an orchard where it is always autumn.

12.10.2016 The Wild Hunt

Flash fairy tale about a Princess who demands a green dress.

19.9.2016 Molotov Cocktail

Flash fiction about a woman who finds a sky in a well.

16.9.2016 Maudlin House

Story of children watching dying stars.

9.8.2016 Sailing to the Moon

Fairy tale about a Prince and a girl from the mountains.
  • The Storm

6.8.2016 Silvae Magazine p.36

Fairy tale about a storm which falls in love with a girl.

13.7.2016 Corvus Review p.43

Flash fiction about a girl who sees light and dark switched.

17.5.2016 Jellyfish Review

Flash fiction about a girl who stores her secrets in lockets.

3.5.2016 Molotov Cocktail

Flash fiction about reflections left on a river.

1.5.2016 Ink in Thirds (p.9 of Issue 2)

Flash fiction about kingfishers and books.

1.5.2016 Quantum Fairy Tales

Fairy tale about a girl whose dancing makes night woods appear.

24.4.2016 Effervescent Magazine (p.20 of Issue 1)

Fairy tale about a girl who turns to mirrors if she loves.

20.4.2016 Cease, Cows

Flash fairy tale about a girl whose touch turns living things to jigsaws.

18.4.2016 Rose Red Review

Fairy tale about a man born in an eclipse.

12.4.2016 Kaaterskill Basin Journal (p. 71 of Issue 2)

Fairy tale about a girl who frees wooden birds.

10.4.2016 Menacing Hedge

Flash fiction about a slinky.

3.3.2016 Sick Lit Magazine

Flash fiction about a girl who translates rain sounds.

18.2.2016 Sick Lit Magazine

Flash fiction about a girl who finds a city in the fog.

12.2.2016 Spilled Milk Lit

Flash fiction about a girl stuck on an island.

2.2.2016 Maudlin House

Flash fiction about a girl who seeks a planet.

1.2.2016  The Fable Online (page 32)

Fairy tale about a girl adventurer who tries to save precious things from being lost in time.

22.12.2015  Rose Red Review

Choose Your Own Adventure-style story set in Victorian England.

15.12.2015  Fiction Southeast

Flash fiction about a world where the winds are all disappearing.

3.12.2015  Pigeonholes Magazine

Flash fiction about a girl who finds an egg in the woods.

1.12.2015  Luna Station Quarterly

Fairy tale about a princess sold in marriage.

30.11.2015 Firefly Magazine

Fairy tale about a farmer whose farm fades when all sunshine is seized by the king.

2.11.2015  Apocrypha & Abstractions Magazine

Flash fiction about children who live in a cloudless world.

18.10.2015  Mount Island Magazine

Flash fiction about someone who thieves windows and watches long ago days.

25.9.2015  Third Point Press

Flash fiction about folks who pack up their lake and carry it with them when they travel.

5.9.2015  The Story Shack

Fairy tale about a man who sweeps the night from the city.

29.8.2015  Wyvern Lit

Flash fiction about a city carved with rain. Finalist in first Wyvern Lit flash fiction contest.

12.8.2015 Literary Orphans

Flash fiction about a girl who collects feathers.

5.8.2015  Five 2 One Magazine

Flash fiction about a girl whose toy piano is silent.

2.8.2015  The Harpoon Review

Flash fiction about folks who steal paths.

1.8.2015  Gravel Magazine

Flash fiction about people who collect up firework sparkles.

30.7.2015  Pigeonholes Magazine

Flash fiction about having a bird-shaped shadow.

2.7.2015  Hermeneutic Chaos

Flash fiction about a girl who finds that the crochets keep falling out of her sheet music.

30.6.2015  Unbroken Journal (page 115)

Flash fiction about a girl who plants a key.

25.6.2015  Fiction Attic

Flash fiction about a city made from paper.

23.6.2015  Remarkable Doorways Magazine

Flash fiction about a rose pressed into a book.

1.6.2015  Maudlin House

Flash fiction about a girl who collects pieces of the shattered sun.

31.5.2015  The Fable Online (page 31)

Fairy tale about a lass doomed by her mother’s wish to live the summers back to back and never glimpse the other seasons. Nominated for Best of the Net.

1.5.2015  Maudlin House

Flash fiction about a bee herder.

16.4.2015  Quail Bell Magazine

Fairy tale about two sisters who grow up beside a forest of bells.

29.3.2015  99 Pine Street

Fairy tale about a girl born to a woman who swallows a snowflake.

4.1.2015  Rose Red Review

Fairy tale about a girl who follows glass footprints on the sands into the desert deeps.

1.1.2015  Axolotl Magazine

Fairy tale about a Queen who loses her smile.

10.12.2014  Wild: A Quarterly

Fairy tale about a man who lowers the sky.

2.12.2014  Quail Bell Magazine

Fairy tale about a princess who lives inside the winds.

21.10.2014  Quail Bell Magazine

Fairy tale about a man who bakes an avalanche into a pie.

11.10.2014  The Story Shack

Fairy tale about a man who puts a canyon in his pocket.

16.9.2014  The Teacup Trail

Fairy tale about a lonely old lady who bakes cakes from clouds.

29.7.2014  The Teacup Trail

Fairy tale about a girl who can only walk on water.

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My Publications

6 thoughts on “My Publications

      1. I’ve been through flumps too, I understand. But this, to me, was the exact opposite of flump. 🙂 I loved the whole premise and delivery and visuals and feeling of it. It was so beautiful. I’ve been thinking about the phrase “her voice smelled of cupboards” ever since reading it. 🙂

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  1. I’m in shock you liked it so much, but thank you a million million. *jigs* (You might like The Jigsaw Puzzles cos it has a similar style.)
    The flumps are a bastard, aren’t they.

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