My yoga murder story, published in December’s Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. “Melissa Yi’s darkly comic ‘Om’ is centered around a yoga retreat on an urban yacht.”
In Ricepaper Magazine, “Teenage angst meets Chinese legend in this hilarious piece. I love how the writer balances the apathetic voice of the teenage protagonist and the cautionary voice of the protagonist’s mother, who is narrating a classic tale of deception. The result is a witty and original dialogue with a fantastical undercurrent.” —Prism Magazine, Our Favourite Lit Mag Writing of Fall 2014. Eligible for the Aurora Award.
Have you ever hated your mother? She does. A short and terrible tale in less than 500 words, in Fiction River Special Edition: Crime. Ellery Queen’s reviewer says, “A sampling of the other contents, including experimental short-shorts by Melissa Yi and M. Elizabeth Castle and a clever turn on the greedy-relatives-want-inheritance bit by Kate Wilhelm, suggest high quality throughout.”
Twin warrior princesses on a quest to save their unborn brother’s life. At Crossed Genres Magazine.
The pain and pleasure of ESP. Winner of the Cornwall Writing Contest. Published in Chrysalis Magazine.
A woman has everything she needs: the super deluxe husband, the house, the feng shui. Everything except a baby. And then she comes across a leprechaun’s gold. Published in Buzzy Mag.