I’m so happy that Visual Verse shared my May submission, “Close Your Eyes.”
“Mother of Pearl” published at Visual Verse
I’m so happy that Visual Verse shared my April submission, “Mother of Pearl.”
“Death of an Influencer” published at Visual Verse
As I dedicate some time to writing a new piece for the April prompt at Visual Verse, I’m excited to share the piece I wrote for March.
Here’s “Death of an Influencer.”
“501” in Spartan
I wrote this micro in one of Sarah Freligh’s workshops – if you haven’t taken one, I highly recommend them! I’ve taken three now and am always so inspired by the lessons and prompts. This story started as “The Object of My Affection” and got plenty of polish from workshop feedback.
“A Minute, A Lifetime” published at Visual Verse
It’s the first of February, meaning there’s a new prompt up at Visual Verse. Looking for the new image made me realize that they published my December submission! I sent it and forgot to check back, so here it is, extremely delayed.
As always, I’m honored that they’re sharing my work. Here’s “A Minute, A Lifetime.”
Nominated for Best Microfiction
I’m excited and honored that Atlas and Alice nominated my piece “No Place Like Home” for Best Microfiction 2023!
“Colors in the Air” published at Visual Verse
I now spend the first of the month eagerly awaiting the image shared by Visual Verse. You have an hour to write a micro or flash ranging from 50 to 500 words, based on or inspired by the image. I’ve always felt like such a visual writer anyway, with a scene or person encouraging me to make up a story, and so far I’ve been so inspired by their images.
I’m honored that they’re sharing my piece, “Colors in the Air,” this month.
“A Love Story in Pantoum” Shortlisted by Visual Verse
My micro, “A Love Story in Pantoum,” was shortlisted by Visual Verse!
I wrote this inspired both by the image and from Sarah Freligh’s micro class, where her last prompt asked us to use a poetry form for a micro or flash piece. I’m honored it was shortlisted for the Visual Verse contest!