The April issue of Blue Lake Review, an online magazine, has my short story “Cousin Tony.” An elderly gay man arrives from New Orleans for two weeks rest after Mardi Gras. He brings loot for the Clough girls, but where did he get it? LINK
Indigo Lit, an online annual, published three more of my “Geosophical Cities,” the imaginary cities of Wolb, Umple, and Grogdram. LINK to Issue IV.
Spelk Fiction, a blog-format magazine for flash fiction in England, posted my “Cigar Box.” LINK After March 14, scroll the list of authors to me.
Porridge Magazine posted my fiction “Second Reply to Gripegut,” inspired by pugnacious theorists such as Max Weber. LINK
Queen Mob’s Tea House posted my “American Cities,” three profiles from the Geosophical series: Leisuria, Youngtown, and Beh. Thanks to editor Reb Livingston. LINK
The online magazine Subtle Fiction from New Zealand posted my short story “Hardware.” Shakewell Hardware is a family business in Hapsburg, Virginia, but the family is losing interest. Long-time clerk Ernie Watkins can help. LINK
The Wild Word, an English-language online magazine in Berlin, posted my short story “The Gift.” LINK Nora loses her job and receives a Secret Santa gift, a small carved stone with a mysterious inscription.
Moonchild Magazine posted my futurist story “Lunaport” under the tab “more magic.” LINK An imaginary city on the moon.
The Summerset Review posted my post-Civil War story “A True Love Knot.” LINK In Hapsburg, Virginia, the industrialist and eligible bachelor Raphael Poindexter starts a “female academy.” He and the headmaster, both from Boston, marry two in the first class of graduates.