I write regularly here at Little House on the Circle, occasionally guest-post elsewhere, and also write fiction and poetry.
My story "Poor Sad Soul" won the Christian Courier short-story prize in 2010.
My story "End of October" was a finalist (top 8) for Ruminate Magazine's Van Dyke Short Story Prize in 2016.
My writing has also appeared at the following places:
Poem: "Lakeside, with Jonathan," Spring 2018 issue (print)
Poem: "Coyotes" September 2018
Poem: "Seen" August 2018
Flash fiction: "Glimpse" December 2018
Reader's Note in Issue 40, Fall 2016 (print)
Poem: "duplication on chromosome 16"
Bangor Literary Journal:
Poem: "Daylight Saving" in Spring's Bride collection, Easter 2018
The Perennial Gen:
"The Solidarity of Intergenerational Friendships"
"The Never-Empty Nest"
"My Teenage Fashion Fail"
"Not Just a Scone"
The Babylon Bee:
"Woman Admits She Envies Those Who Don't Have It All Together"
Ellen Stumbo: Hope and Encouragement for the Special Needs Parent:
"Do it for Jesus: except Jesus doesn't scream when told to get ready for supper"
"Where is Your Peace?"
Tim Fall: Just One Train Wreck After Another:
"What would Jesus do? Asking the wrong question"
"The Right Teacher at the Right Time"
"Pageboys and Princes"
Two poetry-photography collaboration posts with Adriana at Classical Quest:
The Poetry Blackboard (poetry site curated by Helen Humphreys, Kingston Frontenac Public Library's poet-in-residence):
"Mass for a fallen leaf"
Long Creek Baptist Church blog:
"30 is the new 40: taking the bypass"