My short story, On Light and Shadow, is available to subscribers at Gamut. I'm very proud of this piece and am positively giddy that it found a home in a venue that has published Steven King.
They do great artwork at Gamut, and the stunning illustration above accompanies my piece.
I have another story out that I wrote in Kathy Fish's flash fiction workshop.
The Broke Bohemian placed Migrations in their summer issue.
My short story, Ephemeral Girls, won Alternating Current's Luminaire Award for best prose for 2017. I'm honored and thrilled.
My story of desert magic and revenge is out now in issue 19 of Devilfish Review.
You can read Red Touches Yellow at devilfishreview.com/issue-nineteen/red-touches-yellow-by-l-l-madrid/.
I'm thrilled to have my story, Reincarnated Clouds, in Third Wednesday Magazine's summer issue! It's extra exciting to have a story out in print.
Here I am reading "Fever Wish," first published in Spirit's Tincture, at Bentley's House of Coffee & Tea in Tucson, Arizona for the Satellite Reading Series.
There was no microphone and I'm not that loud so the sound isn't great.
The always amazing Lora Rivera was kind enough to film this.
My flash story, The Twine Girl in the Deep, Dark Woods is available now.
My new flash, Aiming for God, is available now the first issue of Likely Red.
My flash story, Wild Bruises and Mechanical Birds in the Blackened Hours, is available now at Reflex Fiction.
I'm thrilled to have a flash piece, Aiming for God, forthcoming in a new, professionally paying lit journal, Likely Red.