Harbor
Published in Two Thirds North‘s premier issue, May 2012
Print magazine (Sweden)
Though originally available in softcover, the issue is currently available as a free PDF download here. Amanda’s story appears on page 109 in the “Departures” portion of the issue.

Portent
Published in Five Stop Story, February 2012
Online journal (U.K.)
This story was a Runner Up in a contest on the theme of “Dreams” and could be read on Five Stop Story‘s website and iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch app, both of which are no longer available. It was later republished in an anthology, also no longer available, which you can read about here.

The Runaway
Published in Five Stop Story, January 2012
Online journal (U.K.)
This story was an Honorable Mention in a contest on the theme of “Escape” and could be read on the Five Stop Story‘s website and iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch app, both of which are no longer available.

Harvest House 
Published in Five Stop Story, January 2012
Online journal (U.K.)
This story could be read exclusively on the Five Stop Story iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch app, which is no longer available.

Leap
Published in The First Line, Vol. 13 Issue 4, December 2011
Print journal (U.S.)
All stories in an issue of The First Line begin with the same line. In this issue it was, “It had been a long year”. This issue is available here in print ($4) and PDF ($2). Amanda’s story begins on page 43.

Apple Bobbing
Published in The Fine Line Issue 2, December 2010
Online magazine (U.S.)
This issue is available on The Fine Line‘s website as a free downloadable PDF [click link to open PDF] and can be read for free with ISSUU. Amanda’s story starts on page 21.

Until This Night
Published in The Glass Coin‘s, premier issue in the “Endings” portion of “Beginnings and Endings”, June 2010
eZine (Canada)
This story could be read on The Glass Coin‘s website, which is no longer available.

Temporal Transaction
Published in Grimm Magazine, Issue 2 “Deca(y)dance”, November 2005
Print journal (Canada)
This story won Second Place in the journal’s Random Highbrow Competition in which writers were asked to write a story using 10 words provided from Dante’s Divine Comedy: Hell: temporal, salutation, a, sight, left, unstrung, chiefly, bank, behind, themselves. This journal is no longer in publication.