My biggest publications are The Threepenny Review and The Saturday Evening Post. And notably, I love Tell-Tale Press (not just because they accept my work!): It’s a small horror-themed press run by one seriously hard-working woman.


“A Dinner Party in August of 2219 C.E.” [Jan. 2020]
Eye to the Telescope

“Most Nymphs” [Forthcoming 2020]
The Threepenny Review

“Salome Danced” [Dec. 2019]
The Ekphrastic Review


“Four Months After Herbert Died” [Short Story, April 2019]
The Saturday Evening Post
“Herbert Duppin died quietly. Hunched over another heinous tax form for another nagging client, Herbert had been irritated to see the numbers blurring on the page.”

“Dr. Lindley’s Jungle Vision” [Flash, Dec. 2018]
Tell-Tale Press
Dr. Charles Lindley left the jungle atop a bamboo stick stretcher. It took four grown men to carry him out, and seven to wrestle him onto the stretcher in the first place.”

“Loveliness Increases” [Flash, June 2018; Sept. 2019]
Splickety Magazine
Tell-Tale Press [Reprint]
“Francis allowed his sister to sit him up. His rawboned arms flexed, and the blues and greens of his veins splayed like spider webs across his helpless, upturned wrists.”

The (Other) Blog

Recognized by “Expats Blog: An Experienced Shared” and as a great site for folks living abroad in South America, La Colorada: A Kentucky Girl in Peru features colorful posts and photos about my life abroad.