I’ve written lots of short fiction over the past 40+ years. If the Infinite Monkey Theorem holds true, some of it will be readable. Maybe not Shakespeare – after all, I’m only one monkey and I don’t have forever – but the principle is the same. I’ve  had some work published and posted a few samples on this site.

My flash story “Mourning Dove” has been accepted for publication by 10 By 10 Flash Fiction Stories and will appear in issue #8

“Durable Goods” is a short story about one man’s DIY approach to quantum immortality. (Disclaimer: Please don’t try this at home.)  Published by New American Legends.

If you’ve ever suffered stiffness of the joints, you might appreciate “Strange Affliction.” Find it here: Jersey Devil Press, Issue 99.

I submitted some of my “micro fiction” to Pif, and they published all seven pieces over the course of two issues as parts 1 and 2 of a collection titled “Soup for One.”

My short story “Dogs of Chernobyl” has been produced as a podcast by Disturbing Frequencies, an offshoot of Rochester Speculative Literature Association,  which showcases science fiction, fantasy, and horror/suspense stories penned by Rochester-area writers and performed by local actors.

And because I live in a barn with a cat it was inevitable that I should write a whimsical cat tale, titled “Close to Nature,” published by Sir Socks Le Chat.

Early on I had stories published in Rochester’s Lake Affect Magazine, Rochester Rewritten (published by R-SPEC Press), and The Refrigerator – an indescribably quirky intra-culture Rochester zine that “published the mail, anonymously” from 1989 until 1993 and lives on online.