BOOKS by Dot

*  2018 chapbook *

"This readers’ mixtape includes flash fiction, creative non-fiction, dystopian tales, and poetry. A sampler pack of the author’s writing brought to you in bite-sized pieces." 
- from the back cover

$15 includes standard shipping within the lower 48 United States. If you need it sent to another country or expedited, send me an email and I will check into pricing. 

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Published December 2018
64 pages
Page size 5.5 x 5.5 inches
Perfect bound
Black and white cover, with color photo on front; interior is b&w, including photos

(indoor photo with soft lighting; colors are not accurate)


.   ...   ...   Unchaste Anthology Vol. 3   ...   ...   .

This anthology is filled with short pieces by a diverse group of writers. Each piece of writing is a maximum of 150 words in length. My story, "This is How Women Die," is only available in this anthology, unless you happened to hear me read it at Jade Lounge for the AWP offsite reading on March 28, 2019.

You can purchase the anthology directly from the Unchaste Readers website. It is available on a sliding scale price between $5 to $20.


January 2020

A new flash fiction story is published in the anthology

  places like home 

The book is available for purchase at for $20.

This link also lists all of the contributors and their stories.

Ariel Gore’s School for Wayward Writers is a network, a community, a secret society of writers and art-makers. We are beginners. We’ve been at this for decades. We are bestselling authors. We’re recluses who only create for ourselves and each other. We are MFA professors, sex workers, high school dropouts, administrative assistants—and sometimes all of the above. We are witches and witch-adjacent. We are teenagers and grandmothers. We are feminists and anti-racists of all genders. We live in Eureka and Melbourne, in Seattle and Brooklyn, in Melbourne and Cairo. We gather online in The Literary Kitchen. We meet in person in Portland or Astoria; in Longview or Oaxaca; in Santa Fe or Truth or Consequences. We tell the truth. We face the consequences. We lie sometimes, too.

—from the introduction