This is the third title, but you can consider it a more polished version of Puppet Show and Conversation at a Hanging. 4,768 words.
A young man at an academic writer's competition has a nervous breakdown and his sense of reality begins to dissolve.
Francine, a twenty-something librarian, loses control of her obsession with Pauly D from Jersey Shore.
Camp Blood for the Anthology on mental disorders, mine is Diss associative Personality Disorder A man totally becomes convinced he is a mythical murdering demon we have all come to know and love.
One man experiences the dream of another.
A veteran tries unsuccessfully to cope with aging and regression toward his own violent nature.
A barren woman is taking care of her nephew while his parents are on vacation. The thrill of parenting begins to overwhelm her, and she takes things a bit too far.
A daughter tries to reconnect with her father, and he doesn't want her to visit him. There are secrets in his house.
A Christmas family get together brings out the sociopath in everyone.
A Peace Corps volunteer medevacked to Arlington descends into madness. Or maybe not.
A look at the effect of one man's feeling of domination by both sex and women in his life.
No further critiques needed. Thank you all.
A young immigrant girl digs for meaning at her friend's mental disorder. Her detachment is soon to be deluded. 3100 words
REMOVED, thanks! A counselor, working with people diagnosed with Anti Social Personality Disorder, begins to suspect one of his roommates is a sociopath.
Funeral-goer, Rory, reflects on his own experience with loss and fantasizes about his own funeral. 1905 words.
Shiny new name. Exclusive engagement, no outsiders (outsiders welcome). 3,947 words
A young immigrant girl tells about her friend's mental disorder, but her detachment is soon to be deluded. 2800 words.
This story is finished. No need for further critiques. A man with very little memory seeks warmth, but has a flash of the traumatic incident that started it all. 3,100 words.
Conversation at a Hanging, Second Revision. 3,663 words. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the first two drafts, for real, it was invaluable.
A young man begins a descent towards madness as a result of his unpleasant flatmate.
Conversation at a Hanging v2. 2,717 Words. Thanks to everyone who helped with the first draft.
Two days after a major battle, soldiers are dealing with the stresses of life on the front.
A story I'm working on for the anthology I'm putting together. I picked OCD as my mental illness and ran with it. Hopefully y'all will like it better than my last story.
2,185 words. Schizophrenia bit that I'm working on for the Psychosis anthology.
There is a revised version of this on the site. Please read that one.