Below you’ll find links to some micro, flash, and short stories that have been published by various online literary magazines and journals.

You can find Kathleen’s short stories here. If you enjoy reading them, please consider liking and sharing on your social media. She would love to hear your thoughts in the comments, too! Tips are also so greatly appreciated! Every little bit helps enable her to continue doing what she loves. Thanks so much for reading!

All content is © Kathleen Foxx.

/ˌmetəˈmɔːfəsɪs/ is a micro I wrote about growth and change in the face of animosity from others. ❤️ (Click photo to enlarge.)

Hiraeth is a very personal story about nostalgia and regret over not paying more attention to family members while we have the chance. Kathleen’s 2xgreat grandma was almost 109 when she died. She knew her until in her mid-teens. Not many people have that privilege. This is Kathleen’s tribute to her. Published on Vocal.

The Witch of Wellfleet is based on a (real life) non-POV character in Kathleen’s upcoming trilogy. She was prompted by one small sentence and the story immediately and vividly came to her. “It was fun to write her after-story from her POV and helps me develop her character for the trilogy!” Currently published on Vocal.

Acquiescence is a Highly Commended “lustrous long” (short story) in Glittery Literary’s Anthology Two. It’s a bit of a sad premise, but it’s heartwarming and full of wonderful nostalgia.

The Message is a deeply personal short story about grief, soul connections and reincarnation. Kathleen wrote this piece for and about a dear friend who passed in July of 2018–one of her biggest cheerleaders for her writing.

Lost and Found is a second-place winner in Glittery Literary’s Anthology One. It’s a cute micro story about a boy and his frog. This is her first story published in a book!

Crimson Memories is a heartwarming short story of unsent love letters. This is her first accepted piece for publication, so it’s extra exciting!

Letting Go… a story of letting go of a loved one. (Tissues may be required!)

CW: death

Paragraph Planet, a website that’s been posting 75-word stories every day since 2008, accepted this wee story about a Hummingbird on April 3, 2021. (Click photo to enlarge.)

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