Stories Online

Here are my short stories which have appeared online, listed in reverse chronological order:

“Heritage,” set in Superior, Wisconsin, on a snowy New Year’s Eve, was published by SHOTGUN HONEY.

“Sugartime,” a story about a Philadelphia politician (so it has to have a happy ending, right?), was published by AKASHIC BOOKS as part of their MONDAYS ARE MURDER series.

“Not My Gun,” which features some amazing art by my friend Dillon Samuelson, was published by THE FLASH FICTION OFFENSIVE at Out of the Gutter Online.

“Oh Well,” set in Pennsylvania’s State Capitol Building, was published by THE FLASH FICTION OFFENSIVE at Out of the Gutter Online. (You can also watch a trailer I produced for “Oh Well.”)

“Just One Moment,” about a man who thought he had escaped his past, was published by BEAT to a PULP.

“For the Honesty,” about a man giving his wife a gold bracelet with a diamond charm, was published by THE FLASH FICTION OFFENSIVE at Out of the Gutter Online.

“Blow Out the Candles,” a very short story about Detective Peter Eckert investigating the death of a 17-year-old girl, was published by SHOTGUN HONEY.

“Sole Operator,” about a rock band with a singer named Billy Campbell and a drummer named Bear, was published by THE FLASH FICTION OFFENSIVE at Out of the Gutter Online.

“Twitter and Coke,” about the dangers of politicians using social media, was published by SHOTGUN HONEY.

“Swing and a Miss,” about some excitement at a convenience store, was published by NEAR TO THE KNUCKLE.

“Fortune,” in which we meet two entrepreneurs in the field of recycled cooking oil, was published by SHOTGUN HONEY.

“12 Before 9,” about a hitman who runs a used bookshop in Philadelphia, was published by SHOTGUN HONEY.

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