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Electric Guitar

Speculative Work:
Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror, and Slipstream

Essays and novels and even plays (yes, I have one waiting, and it's about the zombie apocalypse, sort of) get boring. So I started writing speculative poetry and prose ...

and sending it out in late June, 2022. I always loved it best, anyway.

Apparently, living in the city of Edgar Allan Poe was inspiring.

Three Ways Elvis
Didn't Die

Bewildering Stories

Vegetable Garden
Image by Dirk Spijkers
Image by Clément Falize

A Mouthful of

Ghostlight Press


Image by Ben Wilkins

a Man
Ought Not
to Ask

Dark Horses:

The Magazine of
Weird Fiction


Five Stars: "... I enjoyed them all, but I especially liked the stories by Broadnent, Spitzer, and Nowack. Super creative and gorgeously written!"

Out of the Desert

Orion's Beau

"A beautiful star-crossed lovers
short story."

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"It's thoughtful, deft, and articulate, just like Elizabeth's other story with us."

George Washington's

The Copperfield Review

Portrait of a Woman

The Woman


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God's Honest Truth

Flash Fiction Magazine

"Wonderful story! So many truths tucked in with the humour and the truth especially of the ability to connect with someone willing to listen without judgement..."

"That had me smiling from beginning to end. As amusing as clever."

I loved the story. As an old Georgia girl, I appreciate that you resurrected Flannery O’Connor in a whole new way. You did good."

In the Canyon



The Doctor's Boy (Penumbric)
Blood Shed and Blood Paid (Black Shadow Lit)
A Burning Thing (Tree & Stone)
Until I Return to the Earth that Made Me (Penumbric)
Nixon Returns (The Cafe Irreal)

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