I write small things.
Jenny Jordan's microfiction has appeared in several twitterzines and been published in a Folded Word anthology (as Jenny McFadyen).
Jenny has been a secretary, waitress, utility customer service rep, corporate communications professional, freelance writer, elementary music teacher, lived in three countries and dozens of homes, and changed her mind a time or two, but her love of caffeinated beverages and words remains steadfast.
She recently returned to Canada to challenge the belief "you can't go home again," and unlike her characters, Jenny is living happily ever after.
Fairfield Scribes online magazine Scribes*MICRO*Fiction
"Neobiota" was created for NYC Midnight’s 2021 24-hour, 100-word microfiction challenge using the genre/action/word assignment of sci-fi/turning on a light/emerge. It was my first attempt at this type of challenge, and I surprised myself by how much I missed creating a work with such a tight deadline.
On a Narrow Windowsill: Fiction and Poetry Folded Onto Twitter
Using the 140-character limit of the Twitter platform, 43 writers were chosen for this anthology from Folded Word press, representing the new literary form: the tweet.
A twitfic piece that didn't get picked up by its intended horror e-zine, but did make it through Folded Word's Twitter-zine, PicFic.
I was exploring the theme of deception at the time, specifically related to marriage, and came up with this gut-punch tweet for Nanoism's online publication for twitter-fiction.
"Brevity is the soul of wit."