Proof of Love begins with 32-year-old alcoholic Eliza Clark in the stuffy Manhattan office of a lawyer whose name she doesn’t know but who has managed to track her down to deliver the lost three-word will of her father. As Eliza is pulled back to her rural hometown, she travels back through her memory while… Continue reading Short Pitch
Originally published in Adelaide Literary Magazine, January 2019 “Can’t I have your seat?” The young woman fails to notice any pertinent details of the world around her, besides the five large shopping bags she’s hauling onto the bus, not least of all the age of the man she is addressing and the cane propped by… Continue reading What If
I don't know who's more excited: me now or me as a fifth grader.
Something already written but that I’m dusting off… She had always liked getting the mail. As a kid, on the long lazy days of summer she spent catching frogs in the pond across the road and wandering in the woods behind the house, she would arrive back home in the early afternoon when she knew… Continue reading Fiction break