I have a story in this month’s issue of Apex magazine. I should probably mention that “Tomorrow and Tomorrow” is SF horror and nothing like Shades of Milk and Honey. Here’s the teaser.
The moment Tuyet walked into the Dagenais’s compartment, she knew something was different. The usual pack of dogs swarmed around her, distracting her, before she figured out that the compartment smelled different. Not bad–not like the times they had left everything piled in the sink for her as if they were having a contest to see who could goad the other into doing the dishes. Nor the time they’d fired the dog walker and didn’t bother to walk the hoard of dogs that Hélène kept. But they paid her to come once a week to wipe their counters, load the dishwasher and tidy the compartment. So she’d kept her head down, asked herself what Kant would have done, then said screw the philosophy and wiped up the dog shit and urine.
If you are a subscriber of Apex, you can read “Tomorrow and Tomorrow” now, otherwise it will be available online next month.
And, um… Mom? Dad? Don’t read this story.