My new prose book, Alone and Other Flash Fiction, is now available on Amazon as a kindle e-book.
Alone and Other Flash Fiction is a collection of short short stories about aloneness and loneliness. The title piece is about a woman who is lonely for so many things in her life but the story ultimately surprises the reader with her honesty.
Freshly published. My latest collection of poetry is now available as a paperback at Amazon.com
Jill Chan’s sixth book of poetry is a selection of her best work with the theme of faith and belief. The sequence “What To Believe,” an 18-part tour de force, is filled with uncanny precision and beautiful language. It asks more than answers, seeks more than finds:
how we steal
the most empty places
just to be sure
of our honesty
Submit to the online literary magazine of short fiction, Subtle Fiction, found at http://subtlefiction.wordpress.com
As of mid-January, we have work scheduled up to 16 April 2018 but we are always on the lookout for good work of any style and topic.
Subtle Fiction is in the list of literary magazines in NewPages, Poets & Writers, Every Writers Resource, Duotrope, The Submission Grinder, and DL Shirey’s The Short List. Thank you to all the people behind these resources.
Thank you so much.
The year has passed quickly.
Now it is done,
the way it believes
How have we let our lives pass,
the body of our nights
lies like days dying
in the dark?
I have three poems published in Isacoustic. Thank you to Barton Smock.
My flash fiction piece “Time” is published in the new Blue Fifth Review. Thanks to Michelle Elvy, Bill Yarrow, and Sam Rasnake!
I have two poems accepted for publication in the 2018 issue of Indefinite Space, edited by Marcia Arrieta. Thanks so much, Marcia.
Two poems accepted for publication in the February issue of the wonderful magazine Otoliths, edited by Mark Young. Thanks so much, Mark.