Have You Learned Your Lesson
The Citron Review, coming in Fall 2021
Ghost City Review, June 2021
Including an interview!!
CARVE Magazine, Spring 2021
Charles and Izzy
Landlocked Magazine, Spring 2021
A Love Story, with Guinea Pigs
Prime Number Magazine, Issue No. 193, April 1, 2021
The Greensboro Review, Issue No. 109, Spring 2021
Digging to China
NOMINATED for Best Small Fictions 2020!!
3Elements Review, Issue No. 28, Fall 2020
How I Became Friends with an Idiot by Marni Graham
Oyster River Pages, 4th Annual Issue, August 2020
The Cabinet of Heed, Issue 37, August 2020
B & I Elephant
Pembroke Magazine, #52, Spring 2020
NOMINATED for a Pushcart!
CIRQUE, #20, page 146, Spring 2020
Ponder Review, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Fall 2019
2nd Place, Typehouse Magazine’s 2019 2nd Biennial Short Fiction Contest!!!
Typehouse Magazine, Issue #18, Fall 2019
On the Lookout for Bo
Shortlisted for the Eyelands International Short Story Prize
available on Amazon, Fall 2019
The Fall of Saint Blaise
Rosebud Literary Magazine, Issue 65, Fall/Winter 2018
Ambrosia: A Conversation About Food, Paragon Press, May 24, 2019
Street Daniels’ Gift
Meat for Tea: The Valley Review, vol. 13 Issue 2, Fall 2019
When It’s Time to Take the Keys
Haunted Waters Press, Fall 2019
Atticus Review, Oct 22, 2019
Duck Lake Journal, vol 3, Fall 2019
Crack the Spine 2019: The Year Anthology
Tuesdays in Gig Harbor
december magazine, coming in Fall/Winter 2021
Four at Three
Second Place Winner, 2021 Doro Böhme Memorial Essay Contest
Hypertext Magazine, coming in Fall/Winter 2021
Jumping Off the End of the World
Cleaver Magazine, coming in Fall 2021
The Perfect Tower
Emrys Online, March 31, 2021
Nels Normann’s Last Problem
Adelaide International Magazine, no. 29, Oct, 2019
My Cousin Visits for a Week in 1973
Writing Prompt Tournament Winner, The Nasiona, January 4, 2021
I’ll state the obvious first: I don’t know how to do WordPress. Please pardon the line that simply won’t center, and the thing that says #2(no title).
Hopefully this page will help you navigate to my stories, nevertheless. Some titles are available online. The others are or will be available only in print. Either way, just click on the links to find them.
Also, here’s a proper bio:
Kimm Brockett Stammen lives in Seattle, WA. She has been happily married for 30-some years, has an awesome daughter in college, and is pleased to have just completed an MFA through Spalding University. Before beginning work on her MFA she was a concert saxophonist, clinician and music instructor, and has also worked as a classroom teacher, ESL instructor and Admissions Director. She responds well to mosaics, warm colors, silliness, listening and deadlines.