• Asking For It

    “What’d he say?” Jamille asks. “So he calls us all into the chapel. He just says: I’ve heard enough complaints. Then he launches into this lecture about women and a woman’s proper attire.” She makes air quotes around the word ‘proper’. “That our families sent us to a Christian school because they believed in a… Continue Reading

  • Negatives

    This is written to replace another story in the third book of Daydreams & Distractions. The book is almost fully edited. Lately I’ve been feeling the urge to move away from “high fantasy” in my erotic stories, to write them more in the spirit of literary short stories. Hopefully this story isn’t so far removed… Continue Reading

  • The Birdhouse

      My lover told me a story that when she was young and innocent, dilly-dallying in the dark woods with her basket of flowers, she spotted a very strange thing. She saw a man, not so much older than herself, leaning against a tree. In one hand he held a paper and in the other,… Continue Reading

  • Unfinished Tales | Instinct

    It starts with basketball, at night,with a kid and dark-haired girl taking turns. It was cold. She wore a red vest and black tights. He wore black cargo pants and a green parka. His cargo pants were low-slung. They didn’t talk to each other. They took turns at the foul line. They didn’t look at… Continue Reading

  • Unfinished Tales

    Books Her backpack lay in the mottled brown leaves some feet behind her. There were books just beyond the backpack. A hardcover textbook was overturned and the pages opened to the ground. The pages of a slimmer book lifted and flipped as a breeze rattled and shook loose leaves above her. Her short, sharp cries… Continue Reading