Beyond Science Fiction: May 2015 Edition

I am very excited to announce that my poem, “Ode to the Stars,” is featured in the May 2015 edition of Beyond Science Fiction magazine! This is the first paid journal to accept my work, and I’m thrilled to finally see my diverse writing (really, who would have imagined me writing a science fiction poem?)…

Emerge Literary Journal: “Some Days”

My narrative poem, “Some Days,” has officially been published in the print anthology produced by Emerge Literary Journal The Editor-in-Chief, Ariana D. Den Bleyker, nominated me for the 2015 Pushcart for this particular poem, so it’s very near and dear to my heart. You can purchase your own copy of the Winter 2014 (Issue 9)…

Anniversary of my HuffPost Publication

Wow! Has it been a year already? This day one year ago, my personal weight loss journey was published on the Healthy Living section of Huffington Post. While this in itself was a big deal, what happened following the publication was mind-blowing: for some reason, the story went VIRAL. It was picked up the next…

Sunday Publication: “Father”

I’m very pleased to announce that my micro fiction story, “Father,” was published by the Journal of Microliterature today! It’s very brief (under 50 words), so it will be a quick read. Please check it out by clicking here!           Thank you for reading! Victoria Elizabeth

First Publication of 2014: Postcard Shorts!

Chirp, chirp! That was the first sound I heard this morning. Despite what you’re thinking, it was not an overeager bird outside my window nor my alarm clock. (In case you’re wondering, my friends, my alarm clock is actually the melodic lullabies of the talented Bruno Mars. Because, really, is there any better way to…

My Last Publication in The Aviator!

The last chapter of my Full Sail University education has officially come to a close: The Aviator, the university’s literary journal, released their 11th volume today, marking my final publication with the school. I submitted work shortly before my graduation in October and I was fortunate to have both a poem and an edited photograph…