Yesterday, my first ever bought-and-paid-for story, a little sub-one-thousand-word flash fiction, was published in Factor Four Magazine: “Hypoxia in Three-quarter Time.”
Unfortunately, it’s paywalled. You can’t read it unless you subscribe to the magazine (which, should you want to do so, is only $4, for access to mine and lots of other interesting flash fictions).
This is just a note to commemorate that my career as a writer now officially runs along two tracks: the critical, philosophical, essayistic track, and the exuberant, pulpy, storytelling track. This is the dichotomy I have always hoped to embody.
More soon, of both kinds of writing!