Fiction and Poetry by Emily Livingstone

Flash fiction, “Symptoms and Remedies,” published with Fiction Southeast, November 2018

Creative Nonfiction, “Looking Everywhere,” published with Atticus Review, October 2018

Flash fiction, “After the Vital Signs,” published with Jellyfish Review, September 2018

Flash fiction, “Tuesday,” published with Syntax & Salt, June 2018 – first published with Ellipsis Zine

Flash fiction, “The Hero’s Shadow,” published with The Molotov Cocktail, March 2018

Flash fiction, “Chick,” published with Jersey Devil Press, December 2017

Flash fiction, “Comeviatorum,” 9th place in the Flash Monster Contest, published with The Molotov Cocktail, October 2017

Flash fiction, “Listening to the Animals,” 1st place in the Flash Worlds Contest, published with The Molotov Cocktail, August 2017, also nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best Small Fictions

Short story, “The Townspeople,” in Issue 18 of Cleaver Magazine, June 7, 2017, nominated for Best of Net 2017

Short story, “The Magic,” in Necessary Fiction, November 2016

Flash Fiction, “Everything Must Go,” 4th place in the Flash Felon Contest, published with The Molotov Cocktail, May 2016.

One story in the FlashDogs 3rd Anthology, Time, February 2016.

Three poems in the Light Lines Three Line Thursday Anthology, October 2015

Short story, “Refuge,” in Chiron Review, Issue #101, Fall 2015

Flash Fiction, “Unwelcome Guest,” at, July 2015

Three stories in the FlashDogs 2nd Anthology, Solstice, June 2015.  (2 in Solstice: Light and 1 in Solstice: Dark)

Short story, “The Prophecy,” in Gravel Magazine, May 2015

Short story, “Transmutation,” in Necessary Fiction, March 2015

Short story, “Not Safe,” in Black Petals, Issue 70  – January 2015

Flash fiction at Micro Bookends

Glass Eyes: A Short Story about a Family’s Struggle


Five-year-old Kate struggles to understand what is happening to her father and her world as she witnesses his deepening depression. In the midst of her family’s turmoil, Kate finds solace in her grandfather’s upstairs apartment, though she is troubled by the stuffed fox in his bedroom. As Kate tries to adapt to the changes in her life, the fox becomes a symbol of what she fears.

Available for sale through the following vendors:

Free at Smashwords

Barnes & Noble (nook)

Amazon (kindle)

I’m also working on my second novel, upmarket women’s fiction with paranormal elements, as well as trying to place some short stories.


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