megalotaphos, brown betty

The online magazine Coldnoon, based in New Delhi, posted my fictional travelogue “Megalotaphos” under their tab “Dialogues.” LINK

A deserted city built of stone at the edge of the desert – ancient necropolis, or the home of an unknown race? From the Geosophical series of imaginary places.

The online magazine Fair Folk Journal, soon to change its name, posted my fairy tale “Brown Betty.” LINK

After the wedding of her twin sister of Lily White in the fairy tale “Rufty Tufty,” which I translated from French and published in the same magazine, Brown Betty is melancholy from unrequited love. In disguise as Byron Bewtt, she serves as a page for a year in the castle of her prince, Jim Dandy. The plot involves a bee and the game of chess.


self-questionnaire, rufty tufty

Prepare to meet the real you by taking my “Self-Questionnaire” posted today in the online magazine Queen Mob’s Tea House, LINK

Also posted today in the online magazine Fair Folk Journal is my story “Rufty Tufty.” This is a free translation from French of a fairy tale by Charles Perrault, in his 1695 book that also contains Cinderella, Puss in Boots, and Little Red Riding Hood. LINK

one fine day

The online magazine Fictive Dream posted my short story “One Fine Day” at LINK. Joncey, a young mother in a cabin in the woods, talks about her second-hand purchases, her wandering husband Trip, his buddy Spotswood, her piecework knitting for Suellen, and so on. Mama listens up to a point.