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Flash Story in Queen Mob's Tea House

I always love the kooky work Queen Mob's Tea House shares with the world, so I'm pretty excited they published my flash story, "Texas Homecoming," today. As a native Texan, this was a fun, satirical story to write, about the ridiculous high school mum culture in the south that has seemingly become more intense and high-production over time. I'm lucky to have escaped the long-term back pain effects of mum wearing, as I was never asked to a Homecoming dance.

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