Stupid. Stupid. How could she have been so stupid? Teacup didn’t allow her time to berate herself for misreading a signal. People were losing their minds and in times of disaster at least somebody had to keep it together. That job usually fell to the executive team which she Teacup and Desme were on. They … Continue reading Heat (Part Two)
This past summer saw many of the disastrous effects of climate change, including forest fires, fatal heat waves, and massive coral bleaching events. I've always been an advocate for the environment, and so I wrote this short story inspired by the unfortunate decline of our planet. This will be posted in three parts. Teacup had … Continue reading Heat (Part One)
I can't write happy stories anymore. Just recently, I've been thinking about my progress as a writer, looking back through all my older works and I've realized...there's a stark difference between my mentality back then and my mentality now. Flash fiction pieces and short stories written in high school all carry a certain element in … Continue reading Where Your Heart Is
Originally published on The Stonefence Review (stonefencereviewmag.com).