Two years ago, I started writing short stories as a way to study the writing craft and tap into more creativity. Take a look at what’s shaping up to be the first five!
First five short stories:
♦ Relic in a Bottle, Magical Realism
— Young workers at an Atlanta museum become entwined in urban legend, after a message in a bottle twists out of control.
♦ The Only Violet Stone, Literary Fiction
— Storms over Cincinnati lead to a flood of memories inside a vacant house, in a study of family dynamics and loss.
♦ BlackJack: The Dawn of Dark Pollution, Speculative Fiction
— A light rail technician tries to fix light outages between Minneapolis and Saint Paul, while being stalked by a raccoon.
Selected for Publication!
♦ “Look Up,” Literary Fiction
— Braving Lake Superior waves to view the Milky Way, a college student longs to ask her late father’s advice.
♦ Seeing Orange, Literary Fiction
— In a metaphor for wild emotion, fire rages on the fringes of a controlled burn in the countryside.
Interested? For eager readers, I’ve published a selection of short stories on my website. To read a story, browse the menu at KaelinArt.com!
You may have noticed some content is under lock and key. Good catch! The story selections published online will vary, with opportunities to unlock a few of these password-protected pages from time to time.
Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoy my fiction.