I have a little vignette in Whiskeypaper called “Boyfriend Like A Banyan Tree“.
I have a heartbroken, vicious little fabulist tale in Wyvern Lit. It features a vixen, a frenemy fish, and the two men who make it a “Menagerie“.
In Bengal Lights, a very short story, “The Black Widow”.
I have some short prose, “Sandalwood Moon”, in Rose Red Review. Even though I am taking a long hiatus from writing anything new, this piece matters to me especially because it contains the genesis concept of the manuscript of stories (The High Priestess Never Marries) I hope to finish when I get back to work. See if you can spot it here.
I have a very short story, or a piece of flash fiction if you will, in Verity La. It’s called “Self-Portrait Without Mythology“.
As threatened, here is “Dashboard Confessional”, a short story about auto drivers, published in the very appropriately named Curbside Splendor.
I also recently had a micro-story published in One Forty Fiction, which you can read here.
And finally (for now), “Cassandra’s Ghazal”, a poem which was published earlier this year in Clementine, was picked by VerseDaily as their weekly feature.