Vancouver is paradise for real estate developers – but when an enormous mouth opens below the construction of a high rise, Carlos will have to face the hell that lurks beneath his beautiful city, and confront his own demons therein. Published by Literally Stories - you can read it online here.
“Now, now, now,” scolds the instructor, dislodging Harriet’s paintbrush from its neck, “stabbing isn’t a part of paint night!”
I'm really proud of this twisted little horror story. Published by Haunted MTL, you can read it online here. (4,310 words)
Abra-Cadaver follows a 14th century teenager as she tries to outrun predators and stave off delirium long enough to keep her promise: delivering a plague victim to the city for a proper burial. Ultimately, her greatest obstacle won’t be the wolves, but a struggle for compassion in an era of fear and discrimination.
Published by Blank Spaces Magazine, and available for order here.
This is the only wholesome thing on this list. A tiny piece of flash fiction I wrote to cheer up a friend, about a cactus looking for identity.
Published by Every Day Fiction, you can read it online here.