“Greyhound,” Gargoyle Magazine, June 1998, #41, p. 201

Short Story - excerpt A disemboweled newspaper blew in cold gusts down a urine stained sidewalk outside the City Bus Terminal, keeping company with leaves and chasing fragments of itself that hadn’t caught on dirty iron railings or public trash receptacles.  Wrinkled pages blew by revolving doors, dodged by the human effluent bathed in yellowed … Continue reading “Greyhound,” Gargoyle Magazine, June 1998, #41, p. 201

“Tag,” The Baltimore Review, Volume 1, Number 2, Summer 1997 Issue

Short Story - excerpt My cousins’ farm stretched out behind us, my grandmother’s summer cottage was tucked under a stand of trees that erupted beside a tidal drainage ditch, a ditch that emptied into our broad Creek, then into the Choptank River and the Chesapeake Bay.  A cicada year they said, but it was too … Continue reading “Tag,” The Baltimore Review, Volume 1, Number 2, Summer 1997 Issue