Click here for a short story I recently had published in Honeysuckle Magazine. (It begins on page 5; but check out all the good stuff inside.) The story’s original title was Wisconsonian Glaciation and Its Role In the Formation of Long Island but I edited the glacier out of the tale (although the glacier wasn’t happy about this) and renamed it, rather more economically, Summer Noir for Honeysuckle’s Issue 3: Noir.
This is the very short story that formed the basis of my second novel, of which the first draft is all finished. I just need to knock out a second draft and then hopefully I can get the thing published in the not-too distant future. (Spoiler alert: the glacier makes a return. Because nothing says “fast-paced” like a glacier.)