Lessons Nadine Learns

One of the pillars of the Christian faith is guilt. Absence of guilt is a key marker of a sociopath. I will be thrilled if readers of this story come away with a question I have asked myself since I was a child: “Do we create sociopaths or are people ‘born that way’?”

Published in Liquid Imagination, Issue 18

Desi Cooks For Her Man

This story began as a film script for a class I took at the New York Film Academy in 2005. I remember with gratitude the team that helped me actually make the three minute silent film. The remaining copy on disc is incompatible with my 2013 laptop.

Published in Apocrypha and Abstractions

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Short story published in The Story Shack – May 8, 2013.
Martin, the globetroting editor, places each story with an illustrator.  This is an amazing project and I am happy to be a small part of it.

Published in The Story Shack

You will be a Hero

Short story published in Danse Macabre, “Pravda” – edition 69
I like to tell myself, it is natural to act honorably, but obviously – it isn’t.  I wanted to write a story to encourage action.

Published in Danse Macabre

Politically Incorrect

Short story published in Danse Macabre, “Terra” – edition 67
The prompt for this story was a harrowing cab ride filtered through my experience in human resources.

Published in Danse Macabre


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