I’m shopping around a 100-word micro named “Whirlwind” about two boys who encounter a dust devil in a Kansas cornfield.
Dime Show Review accepted one of my (very) short pieces entitled “Stop Me” for publication soon.
My 590-word flash horror story, “The White Nothing” was just accepted for publication by “Darkness Within” e-zine. Yay.
“The FictionPool” has accepted my short experimental poem Friday Night for publication sometime in December, 2016.
For your reading amusement–this humorous little tale entitled “The Blessed Virgin” I wrote that appeared today on Fiction On The Web.
Today marks my 1000th Duotrope story entry. I logged my first transaction on Dec. 11, 2011. Over the past five years, I’ve logged submissions to 367 different markets. Thus far I have had 127 out of a total of 141 accepted for publication–both in print and online. Two submissions were full-length novels, one was a novella, and another was a story anthology; the remainder were short stories and flash fiction. As a writer, I’ve found Duotrope to be an invaluable resource.