This piece, published by Ars Medica, is a recounting of the painful and frustrating investigations into neurological symptoms experienced by the author. I think the unique, recount/explain writing style is a perfect choice for this work. About a 10 minute read.
This short piece is published by Sweet Tree Review. There is a delicate mystery woven into the story about the infatuation of a new love and the pain and guilt when it loses its sheen. This is a very beautiful piece. At most a 10 minute read.
Published by the Penn Review, this is a short piece of fiction about, I think, infidelity but I wouldn't be surprised if I have missed the mark and there is something more. Either way, it is a beautifully written encounter between a woman and her lover, and the conflict and confusion it is causing her. I just loved it. Maybe a 10 minute read.
This short piece, published by the Penn Review, is so subtle and endearing. I love the odd friendship that surrounds the main character's desire to abide by his commitment to Lent for his wife's birthday. This is a delightful way to spend 5 minutes or less.
This short story, published online through Eunoia Review, examines the restlessness and dissatisfaction with life that can plague us and destroy families. Even though it tackles the intense subject of divorce, the delivery is delicate and thought provoking. The read time is 5 to 10 minutes and it is worth every second.