Before you ask, yes. All of these stories and essays are free and linked to their original publication. Think of it like those sample tables at your oversized grocery store that’s also somehow a warehouse. Taste it. And if you go hmm, that’s pretty good, sign up for the readers’ group for news about some of my upcoming book(s).
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An essay about my father. Published at Numero Cinq Magazine
“Ghost City: What it’s like living here.”
An essay about living in Seoul. Published at Numero Cinq Magazine
“Between Here and Oblivion”
Taegun Lee cleans suicides from the train tracks. It is a job he was born to do, his purpose. When bodies start to disappear on impact, taking his job with them, Taegun must find a way to prove it’s all just a hoax and get his job back.
Read it at LitroNY.
Just at the cusp of achieving Kpop Star fame, Tiffany, a member of 2Qtoo has a crippling pain in her stomach that might just cost her her dream and maybe even her life.
Read it in The Danforth Review #54
Sharing a name with famous ancestor is an honor. But for this North Korean Soldier watching the DMZ living as an Yi Sun-Shin might prove heroic act from suicide.
Read it in Transnational Literature Vol. 7 #1
“Faith in Man”
Sometimes a Tsunami can take everything from the buildings right down to the foundation of love.
Read at Banana Writers