writes short fiction.

trapeze mag

Microfiction is the genre I like to read on my mobile, and not only because it fits. Little story bites are like desk candy or sips of coffee. You end up wanting more but are satisfied just the same. Therefore, I was happy to find trapeze magazine on Twitter. You’ll find everything from moody dystopias to SF poetry to silly space opera. My microfic was published on November 3rd. And it, of course, falls under the “utterly ridiculous” category. The humorous stories are usually too on-the-nose to be reader favorites, but they serve as Kit Kat breaks for the serious stuff. Trapeze is edited by Jessica Otto. And her varied choices make the mag fun.


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