A college English department volunteers to serve a Christmas meal at a homeless shelter. 8K Words.
Chapter one of my novella. 1999, ravers, coming-of-age. Sex, drugs, and techno.
While being forced to ride the subway, a pampered, has/been, romance novelist finds more than her muse.
Quirky little family story, small scope, but hopefully has some charm and creativity that keeps the reader engaged.
A married couple under stress goes to the beach.
Daniel W Broallt
This is an atmospheric piece about being confused abroad and at home; semi-autobiographical, but I'd like to make it a clever literary snapshot about how our ideas and actions don't always match up.
A short about a preacher's daughter who feels guilty and sexually repressed and how she deals with it. About 2900 words.
A ex-soldier attends the wake of a fallen comrade.
Spreadsheets, whipping, heartbreak. Now with more heartbreak and whipping.
A man struggles with a recent tragedy in the cold Chicago winter.
I got such good input on this story, I put my shoulder to the wheel and gave it a pretty serious overhaul.
Blowjobs, booze orgies, whips, and heartbreak.
Friends can come from anywhere, even from Atlantic City.
A story about a guy terrified of flying and the people he meets at the airport bar. About 2900 words.
This is the story of the everyday and how one seemingly innocuous moment can dramatically affect another.
From the 1940s until the end of the 1970s, Nashville was the main source for some of the most literate and enduring songs in American culture. The setting for a lot of the writers was Tootsies.
A film festival audience is given a glimpse into the ups and downs of a woman named Lillian.
8 year-old Gil Carter tries to hide a gym bag of transgression but in the end he is found out.
A parallel of past and present.
750 word short story. Prompt; Young love
Second draft of Hot-Spooned.
A meta-fiction piece. Written as part of a course.
A brash young man finds out he loses his mother on his birthday. 2,800 words
A story about isolation, and the lengths we can stretch ourselves to in order to feel accepted.
1300 words. A woman tries to reconcile her past with the role history forced her into.