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“The Cat Burglar” was a finalist in the NCSU James Hurst fiction contest.
“Inferno” first appeared in Scrutiny, a journal I founded in 2014.
“Jellyfish” helped to inspire a novel, The Sea Horse.
“The Swimmer” is about young love, and a bit of a mood piece.
“The Last Days of my Life as brought about by an African Spider Bite”
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“A Short Flight” is about family, mistakes, and it’s set at Christmastime.
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“Swallowed” was published in Circa Review in 2013 and became In the Belly. (This story is currently unavailable.)

“The Crash” was originally published in The Broadkill Review.
“Invention” is a magical realism piece that was published in Quail Bell.
“The Gore” is about a descendent of the Minotaur. It was written in 2011.
“The Ballad of James and Angie” is not romantic, but it is alt-country.
“Scarecrow” is strange, surreal, Southern Gothic story from 2013.
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“Worm” is a piece of flash about the importance of crawling through dirt.
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“Carlos, a Dying Dream” is a surreal story that will soon be sent out to journals. (This story is currently unavailable.)

photo: Jue Huang