R. C. D is born in Romania and lives now in Austria, where she busies herself as a family physician.
When she isn’t working, she writes poetry, flash fiction, and short stories. Sometimes, she doodles – okay, she doodles a lot. She recharges her batteries during storms and night strolls. In her stories, there is a distinct lack of happy endings. Not pathological, she had that checked.
Some of her written work is featured in “Bibliothek deutschsprachiger Gedichte XVII 2014”, “The Drabble,” “Paragraph Planet” and on “WriterToWriters.” Artworks has been published with “Anomaly Literature Magazine” and “New Plains Review”.
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“The Story Hive” is destined to be a portable keyhole into my head and mind. Now if you look to the right, you’ll see bad poetry, including haiku &senryu, as well as even worse flash fiction. To your left, there are some half baked ideas and some emaciated drafts lurking in the background.
I use words, not only the nice ones… You have been warned.
There might be an unnerving lack of proper endings. Just saying.
Thanks for stopping by.
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