What Doesn’t Kill You: An Anthology of YA Short Fiction is now available for purchase at Indomita Press’s website. You can buy it by clicking here. My story, Wyatt’s Tonic, is one of 24 stories written by various authors in the United States and Canada.
Let me know what you think!
Luck was originally scheduled to be published in the fall edition of Handersen Publishing’s Stinkwaves Magazine. The Editors recently decided that the story would fit better in their Spring edition and I agreed. It’s disappointing, but worth the wait. Stinkwaves is a great magazine! Check it out on Amazon or directly from their website.
What Doesn’t Kill You, an anthology of 24 stories in the YA (Young Adult) category will be published on October 1 by Indomita Press (no longer Serving House Press).
My story, Wyatt’s Tonic, will be published in that anthology.
I’m honored to share space with many esteemed authors throughout the United States and Canada.
Thank you to editors P Joshua Laskey and Mallary Alderman for bringing this vision to light and allowing me to be a part of it.
Wyatt’s Tonic, my foray into YA (Young Adult), is going to be part of What Doesn’t Kill You: An Anthology of YA Short Fiction edited by P Joshua Laskey and Mallary Alderman. The anthology is going to be published by Serving House Press. I still don’t have a date certain, but the editors are shooting for August. Stay tuned!
Getting Lost has just been published by Memoir Magazine. It’s a non-fiction piece about my grandfather. I hope you enjoy it!
Wyatt’s Tonic, my first YA (Young Adult) short story was recently accepted for publication in a print anthology that is now being compiled. The theme of the anthology is What Doesn’t Kill You. The editors spent several months culling submissions and are now putting the book together. Once I have a sense of a publication date, I’ll post it.