You can read these stories free online:
Whatever You Say, a real-world flash-fiction piece about the unexpected side effects of writing for hire, appeared in The Invisible Worker zine in November 2018.
Come Again, a short story about churches, strangers, God and country, was published on Metapsychosis in September 2018.
Passage, a flash-fiction dream or nightmare, was published in Paper Butterfly Fiction in April 2017.
Tell It Slant, a speculative flash piece about a pair of storytellers in an insurgency, was published in Crossed Genres in March 2014.
The Wood-Maiden, a longer story about development and first contact loosely based on the Polish folktale with the same title, was published in the summer 2012 issue of Rose Red Review.
Salt, a longer fable loosely based on the Grimm tale The Goose-Girl at the Well, was published in Scheherezade’s Bequest in December 2011.
Toad Sister, a flash outtake on Perrault’s fairy tale Diamonds and Toads, was published in Daily Science Fiction in July 2011.
To read these stories you’ll need to buy the publications in which they appeared:
Taking It Back, a fable or farce which traces the unexpectedly dangerous social, political and existential effects of an invention allowing the user to travel back in time up to 50 seconds in order to undo embarrassing experiences, was published in November 2018 in Upper Rubber Boot Books’ anthology Broad Knowledge: 35 Women Up To No Good.
The Last Protest, an inspirational fable or dystopian farce based on a rather peculiar picture, was published in the Normal Deviations anthology of weird fiction in July 2018.
More Than Music, a contemporary fantasy about friendship, resentment, music, politics, and the complications of love, appeared in Odd Tales of Wonder #10 in summer 2018.
The Uses of Disenchantment, an offtake on the tale of Jorinda and Joringel, was published in Spring Song Press’s Still Waters anthology in winter 2017.
Stairs to the Sky, the history of an unusual artifact–or possibly of belief–appeared in Holdfast Magazine’s summer 2017 anthology. [Currently unavailable–sorry]
The Usual Price, a peculiar fairy tale about the costs and benefits of wishing to appear heroic, was published in Flame Tree Publishing’s anthology Heroic Fantasy Short Stories in summer 2017
Humanity, a soft science fiction fable about the dangers of dehumanization, was published in Mythic Magazine, Issue #1, in December 2016.
Another Man’s Cure, a fable or farce about expert knowledge, desire and contempt, was published in Pole to Pole Publishing’s In A Cat’s Eye anthology in October 2016.
We Have Met The Enemy, a dark political fable set in the US under a then-imaginary Trump presidency, was published in the ebook It’s All Trumped Up in October 2016.
Cracked Reflections, a historical magic realism piece about fear, personal and political, and what frees us from it, was published in Enigmatic Mirror Press’s anthology Mysterion: Rediscovering the Mysteries of the Christian Faith in August 2016.
She Who Makes Us Free, a historical fantasy story set during the Bread and Roses Strike and the Palmer Raids in Massachusetts (1912-1919), was published in Uffda Press’ “King of Ages” anthology in August 2015.
Sea-Changes, a contemporary fable about loss and memory (and dragons), was published in Cabinet des Fees’ “Something Rich and Strange: Tales from the Sea”in August 2015.
The Mind Has Mountains, a fantasy story about refugees, trauma, mental illness and healing, was published in The Mythic Circle in 2013.
The Glass Hill, a flash fantasy piece about a rather unusual escape from bullying (and the dangers therein), appeared in Plasma Frequency in 2012.