Short story “Provisions” now available!

The short story I mentioned last time is now out and in the world! (And, in truth, has been available for about a month.)

“Provisions” is about a father/daughter pair of post-Revolutionary American missionaries whose clothes get stolen while they’re bathing in a creek.

You can order a copy for $5 (or $2.50 if you opt for the PDF version) from The First Line’s website—Vol. 19, Iss. 4: “I’m tired of trying to see the good in people.”

The issue also includes a suicidal vegan, some animosity between a pig and a goat, an interesting relationship between a robot and his repairman, and more. I hope you enjoy the read!

Short Fiction Forthcoming…

Some time ago, I decided that the next time I sold a piece of my writing, I’d start a blog or something. (I hear a lot of writers hang out on Twitter, so maybe I’ll try that at some point too.)

Anyway, it happened: I’ve got a piece of short fiction forthcoming with The First Line, an eclectic literary magazine where all the stories begin with the same first line. The magazine’s editor, David LaBounty, was recently interviewed on NPR—so check out the interview if you’d like to learn more about the magazine.

I’ll post again with a link to the issue when it comes out.

Until next time!