The Spinning Field, flash fiction, AROHO Orlando Prize

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We are silk people. That’s what I tell the dipshits at my new high school, but they call me Spider-Girl. They yell, Hey, Spider-Girl! Tarantula-Breath! Arachne! Because in Tarpon Springs, everyone’s Greek. Read more…

This piece was first published in Los Angeles Review, then reprinted by the amazing people at A Room of Her Own who awarded me the Orlando Prize.

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“Game Day,” flash fiction in Hobart

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In my phone sex voice I say, the quesadilla of the day is caramelized onion and chorizo. Chef makes ‘em special. Sure, I say: $5 house wines, $2 off apps. Would you like to start a tab? I nod a lot. Sometimes I remember to smile. Read more…