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In LitHib, author Kim Liao proposes that writers aim for one hundred rejections a year.

I’m well on my way. The phrase du jour is “not the right fit.” Part of being a writer is putting yourself out there again and again, and if the work is rejected, so be it. Dust off, try again.

I hope someday this page has many links to my published pieces. For now, it illustrates hard work in progress.

Published Pieces

Hobart Pulp, Untethered, Summer 2021

The Manifest-Station, Absence, Spring 2019

The Baltimore Review, The Cedar, Fall 2018

Wayne Literary Review, Shifts on Shilshole Beach, Summer 2018

Months To Years, Apologies, Spring 2018

Brevity, A Day as an Emerging Writer, Winter 2018

Winner, 3rd Place, Pacific Northwest Writers’ Association 2018 Literary Contest

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