Short Fiction

“The Weight of Figs” (the story of a son faced with the decline of his mother’s memory and his father’s denial of his wife’s condition). The Nottingham Review. September 4, 2016.

“Niagara” (the story of a freelancer faced with the harsh realities of work and family life before a trip to Niagara Falls). Writing Raw. March 2015.

“For Me” (a story about prioritizing a child’s interests, semantically and otherwise). Akashic Books, Terrible Twosdays. January 2015.

“The Clown Nose” (a story about comic relief at the end of a stressful workday). Akashic Books, Terrible Twosdays. September 2014.



2 thoughts on “Short Fiction

  1. I read “For Me” and “Clown Nose” and enjoyed them both. They’re both cute parenting stories that I think most parents can relate to. You do a good job at capturing the whimsy and innocence of these parent / child interactions. I look forward to reading more stories like these as I’m sure there’s tons of these kinds of occurrences from which to to draw inspiration. Great work, Stephanie!

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