Previously published with Thread Literary Inquiry Spring 2016. In the mornings, Jack liked to peruse the local park outside his apartment building. A routine built to ease his anxiety; he hadn’t felt like himself. Three weeks went by without contact from his family and friends, and he began to confirm his suspicions since before he […]Read more "You’re a Great Guy, Jack Barnes!: A Short Story"
Previously published with Thread Literary Inquiry Spring 2016. He finds himself sprawled on a sticky, damp concrete floor. A single light bulb illuminates the steel doors that line the walls around him. The light flickers, casting shadows on the rough ground beneath. Nausea overwhelms him as a splitting jolt jumps through his arm, up his […]Read more "He Knows The Familiarity: A Short Story"
Previously published with Thread Literary Inquiry Spring 2016. I cannot say what made the moment significant as I stared outside a small window into the dreary foothills of Scandinavia. The warm notes of the morning sun ashen the overcast sky, and a dull pain pulsed through my temples strengthened by the glow outside. I was […]Read more "Undecided: A Flash Fiction"