The Truth Behind Letters 
Published by Every Day Fiction
August 2, 2014

The letter found its way to the trash before the ink had even dried.

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The TimeWarp Bill
Published by Spaceports and Spidersilk
April 1, 2013
Reprinted by The Fast-Forward Festival
September 1, 2014

It had been a very long year. I didn’t realize how long until the TimeWarp bill arrived.

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Tasty Tiny Magic
Published by Antipodean SF
January 1, 2013

You begin your day wandering in search of edible magic.

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Heart Convention
Published by The Storyteller Magazine
September 1, 2012

Once a year, all hearts gently unzip the chest cavities of their human hosts and gather together for a convention.

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Waiting Room
Published by Every Day Fiction
February 9, 2012

If she drew too much attention to herself, the hospital might notice her. They would realize she wasn’t waiting for anyone. She was just waiting.

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Dove Without Wings
Published by No More Heroes
October 26, 2012

“You might even be regarded as the last of the heroes.” “There are no more heroes,” Zen said darkly, curling his hands into fists. “Just people who ran out of places to run.” 

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School Spirit
Published by Kings of the Realm: A Dragon Anthology
February 1, 2010
Reprinted by The Fast-Forward Festival
September 1, 2012

Having a dragon for your high school mascot isn’t nearly as much fun as it sounds.

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Loved by Numbers
Published by Deadman’s Tome
November 1, 2009

I hate prophesies. You want to know why? They’re always correct. Ever read a story where people reacted to a prophesy before it was already too late? Yeah, me neither.

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The Suicide Game
Published by Deadman’s Tome
July 1, 2009
Reprinted by Dark Fire Fiction
August 27, 2012
(Trigger Warning: As the title implies, this one is dark.)

He shook his head, looked down, and whispered, “Oh, Wistal, you idiot. Why didn’t you wait?”

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Damian
Published by Static Motion
May 1, 2008

“Man’s best friend? I think not.”

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Ball Girl
Published by Every Day Fiction
December 1, 2007

Lisa had no desire to be on the team. If she was playing, then who would be waiting on the sidelines?”

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