“Belladonna,” a Short Story

Originally published (November 1, 2020) by Coffin Bell volume 3, issue no.4 Mythopoeia. My boyfriend’s name was Stephen. Stephen worked in a botanical lab where they frequently researched new and evolving plant life. When Stephen would come home, he filled his evenings with discussions on flowers. He adored beautiful things, flowers being one of his … Continue reading “Belladonna,” a Short Story

“The Racist is Always Right,” a Short Story

Originally published (September 2016) in Geeky Press's Bad Jobs and Bullshit: It's Unlikely We'll Be Missed. I worked at a large chain department store in the southeast. We specialized in everything outdoors, from guns to swim trunks, which catered well to the caveman-like conspiracy theorists and government haters alike. He was an elderly man named … Continue reading “The Racist is Always Right,” a Short Story