Short Works

“Short fiction leaves its author nowhere to hide.” – Lisa McInerney

Literary

Filtering Grace – in Chicago Literati’s Consciousness and Perception Issue – The Persistence of Memory

Percentages – in Pear Noir!

What The Hell Nationality Are You? – in Curbside Splendor

Seeking… – in The Molotov Cocktail

Essay – Up Close and Personal

My Personal Hell – I’m Not Scared Just Disappointed – in Knee-Jerk Magazine

Teeth – in Nailed Magazine

How (not) to Cheat – in Nailed Magazine

Entropy Magazine‘s Sunday Lists: On Rejection and Shame ; What You’re Writing ; Your Summer ; Books That Restore Your Faith in Humanity ; Why We Love Our Cities ; Essays and Stories that Haunt Us ; What We’re Reading ; Books We’re Saving ; Favorite Meal Ever ; The Last Book We Loved

Is Sobriety Overrated? – in Gloom Cupboard

Essay – On Writing

Novel Ways to Promote Your Novel – in Contemporary Small Press

5 Things I’ve Learned After 5 Years of Reviewing Small Press Books and Writing 2 of My Own – in Cultured Vultures

Behind the Writing – in The Urban Muse

The Five Stages of Editing – in Lit Drift

Art of the Book Review – in The Small Press Librarian

Essay – Humor

How to Be the Most Hated Person on Public Transit – at Broke-Ass Stuart

Booze and Books – in The Next Best Book Blog

Photog Adventures

#TheLaviniaDispatch – at The City Story via Instagram

Where Writers Write – at The Next Best Book Club

Pride in London #nofilter – at Broke-Ass Stuart

Pro-Travel and Budget Tips in London – at Broke-Ass Stuart

Personal Demons

The Bigger Picture – in Loop Letters

Alright, I’m an Addict…Now Where’s the Free Coffee and Donuts – in Nailed Magazine

Good Girls, Bad Boys, and Porn – in Popularity Contest

Flash Fiction with an Edge

Alias – in Sleep. Snort. Fuck.

Dear Scarlet – in Sleep. Snort. Fuck.

Standards – in Litsnack

Lyz & Duncan and Shoreline – in Dogzplot

The Coming Cunts – in Cell Stories

Dick Be Gone – in Is Greater Than

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San Francisco and London-based musician, writer, and polyamorous contortionist.

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