An individual holds a planet in his hands and wonders if he should eat it.
The Stain We Made in the Rain
A young woman's depressing loss of innocence in an abandoned McDonald's restaurant.
The Men Who Made Me
A father and a son bond over the sounds of a dead musician.
The Ballad of Old Broken Face
A heartbroken drunk decides to go face-to-face with his ex-girlfriend's celebrity lover.
A young woman has a crisis and faith happens to be involved.
Do Marble Men Dream?
The title asks a funny question, and the story answers it seriously.
Adam and Eve of Destruction
This flash fiction piece dives into the dangerous lifestyle choices of an aging married couple.
Written with Kafka and Modernity in mind, this 101 word piece follows a man with an unusual passion.
A struggling couple attempting to cope with the end of many things in their life together.
Some Kind of Sweet Salvation
A large gathering of faithful followers anticipate the promised appearance of their odd deity.
My Lively Eyes
A man's description of his unusual and uncontrollable gaze when he sees something desirable.
A finalist of Midwestern Gothic's 2015 Summer Flash Fiction Series. Inspired by a picture of a factory parking lot, an unnamed narrator sums up why you shouldn't feel heartbroken.
Raining All Over Me: BookMark Publishing's Best Stories of 2015 ("Raining All Over Me")
This is a collection of short fiction collected from BookMark Publishing's Second Annual Short Fiction Contest. My story, "Raining All Over Me" follows a simple man unburying his dead father in order to obtain a suit for a job interview at the local bowling alley he frequents.
Inheritance: BookMark Publishing's Best Stories of 2014 ("Brick Street")
This is a collection of short fiction collected from BookMark Publishing's First Annual Short Fiction Contest. My story, "Brick Street" centers around a sad and lonely everyman named Clark whose routine-driven lifestyle is foiled by a woman named Noel. He becomes obsessed, and ends up falling into a new way of life.