Twitter Fiction: “Shrapnel”

This week I’m posting my first ever fiction story to appear on this blog. It also happens to be the first short story that I have ever written to fit the  140-character Twitter format. My inspiration for this form comes from Jennifer Egan’s short story “Black Box,” originally published on Twitter and then in TheContinue reading “Twitter Fiction: “Shrapnel””

Read Drunk; Analyze Sober

It’s time to declare the new age of the short story. It’s time to laud the concise. It’s time to realize that in this day and age of blogs and online journals and YouTube videos, print media—books and newspapers, especially—are falling behind our modern needs. What is it about these online mediums that we findContinue reading “Read Drunk; Analyze Sober”