"I Am Shitty Bitty" (online) Potato Soup Journal (November 2022). Read it here.
"A Night Out With Big Ricky" (online) Cowboy Jamboree (October 2022). Read it here.
"All that Glitters" (online) Final Girl Bulletin Board (October 2022). Read it here.
"My Diesel Ghost" (online) Flash Fiction Magazine (September 2022). Read it here.
"A Glamorous Life" (online) Reckon Review (September 2022). Read it here.
"The Invisible Woman" (online) Bright Flash Literary Review (September 2022). Read it here.
"Cherries in the Snow" (online) Gastropoda (August 2022). Read it here.
"Pinkie's Bar" (online) 100 Word Project. Read it here.
"Restless" (online) Pigeon Review (July 2022). Read it here.
"Grief's Watermark" (online) Coalesce Community (June 2022). Read it here.
"Paper Dolls" (print and online) Montana Mouthful (Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2022). Read it here.
"In the Garden" (online) The Dead Mule School (October 2021). Read it here.
"Origami" (print and online) Months to Years (January 2023).
"Love and the Fall of Barbara Pepper" (online) Bullshit Lit (February 2023).
THE PATH HOME
A Southern family saga, set in the small town of Honea Path, S.C., steeped in the history of the labor movement.
Nestled in the mountain ridges of North Carolina is the tight-knit Wilkesboro community where the dying are pulled to Holt Watson in the hopes he will help them leave this world. When he answers their calls, he’s paid with the dead’s gifts, like Uncle Hump’s guitar picking and Mr. Dooly’s songwriting.
Now he’s parlayed those gifts into a successful music career—one that doesn’t belong to him. Holt keeps his distance from his hometown, the dying, and its powers. But then, Birdie Hardin, the woman who raised him, is on her own deathbed calling him home.