I was twelve, watching for a dime, and a giant in a diaper got up on a roof-ramp thing, took hold of chains, and lifted a Greyhound Bus. I don’t know where he went on to from there, but every time I rode a bus after that I felt Light.
has taught creative writing and literature at The University of Texas at Dallas, The University of North Texas, and the Writer’s Garret, in Dallas. He now lives in Marfa, Texas. He is the author of This Is Not the Way We Came In, a collection of flash fiction and a flash novel (Ravenna Press), Winter Investments: Stories (Trilobite Press), and Prairie Shapes: A Flash Novel (winner of the 2004 Robert J. DeMott Prose Contest). His poems, short stories, and creative nonfictions have appeared in magazines and anthologies across the country, including Blink Ink, Cutbank, Eastern Iowa Review, New Flash Fiction Review, Star 82 Review, and Third Wednesday, among others.
Writer Boy, micro-fiction by Daryl Scroggins in
MacQueen’s Quinterly (Issue 4, July 2020); nominated by MacQ
for Best Microfiction 2021
Face of the Deep, ekphrastic prose poem in MacQueen’s
Quinterly (Issue 3, May 2020)
Field Trips, flash fiction in KYSO Flash (Issue 12,
School, micro-fiction in Eclectica (Jan/Feb 2018)
“Almost Baptized” and “Against the Current” in New
Flash Fiction Review (Issue 10, January 2018)
Stories: A Mini-Chapbook at Web del Sol