“Bare,” July 2020, Please See Me #5, COVID Special Section
Despite the measures the protagonist of this flash fiction piece has taken to protect his family from the infection risk posed by his job as an anesthesiologist, he yearns for some closeness. And he gets it—in the limited way that he can.
“Snipe Hunting in Los Angeles,” November 2020, MORIA
I stalked a peacock around west LA by bicycle in the summer of 2020. I failed many times before I finally found him, but I also discovered the pleasures of exploring my city at the street level.
“Fighting Against the Darkness,” December 2019, The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
The death of my father-in-law and the Sandy Hook massacre helped me realize why human beings shine their lights at the darkest time of year.