My first fiction story to publish is about a penile operation.
During my first residency at Stonecoast, everyone talked about "submitting." I knew what that meant—my agent and I had submitted my first book about a hundred times before landing a publisher. I just didn't realize I could submit anything.
I began researching publications. There are so many, for every genre and story length. I created an account on The (Submission) Grinder to track my work. And then I submitted two stories to a total of six publications, and have since received three rejections and one acceptance by the website A Story In 100 Words which publishes stories exactly 100 words long.
Enjoy my first published fiction story titled "Continued Phallic Stage."
Clifford consulted his companion Coleman before Clifford’s penis-extending surgery.
Clifford: I’ll be courteous to Doctor Coen. A Clip Magazine column confirms kindness cultivates better care.
Coleman: Christ you’re crazy!
Clifford: You conclude I should be cruel? Then Doc Coen might compress it! Conceivably I could court him with chocolates.
Coleman: Chocolates, come again? Keep reading Continued Phallic Stage