"Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light." - Madeleine L'Engle
Many Worlds and Pocket Universes

Short Fiction and Poetry Publications

"What the River Claims" - The Pop Machine, Anthology, March 2017

"The Crossing" - Mirror Dance, December 2016

"Resurrection Man" - And So On..., Anthology, September 17, 2016

"In Between" - Moledro Magazine, Issue 3, September 2016

"The Blood We Taste" - Moledro Magazine, Issue 3, September 2016

"Sirena" - 805 Literary and Art Journal, Volume 2 Issue 2, August 2016. Reprinted in their first Anthology, November 5, 2016

"The Woman in White" - Strangelet, July 2016, reprinted in Strangelet's Volume 2 Anthology November 2016

"Death Rise" - Devolution Z, April 2016

"Snow Stars" - Devolution Z, March 2016

"To Dream In Color" - Building Red: Mission Mars, Anthology, October 13, 2015

"Don't Harm the Wine" - Middle Planet, Issue 1, July 29, 2015

"A Yellow Wood" - Every Day Fiction, July 18, 2015.
"Dancing in the Right of Way" - Perihelion, May 12, 2015, Nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

"God of the Sea" - 32nd Edition of Microfiction Mondays, April 06, 2015.

"The Garden Street Apartments" - Issue 610, Bewildering Stories , March 02, 2015. BWS First Quarterly Review, March 22, 2015.

"The House on Agate Street" - Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Issue 12, October 17, 2014. Reprinted in The Best of the Vine Leaves Anthology, 2014
"Against the Dying of the Light" - Fiction Vortex, September 30, 2014
"Aberration" - The Red Line, Issue 9 "Escape" contest, winning story
"Mary Loved to Dance" The Milo Review, Vol. 2 Issue 1, Spring 2014

"Pocket Universe" - Farther Stars Than These, 2014

"Child of Light, Child of Dark" - New Realm, 2014

“Click to Send” – Issue 02, Hemingway’s Playpen , June 30, 2013.
“At Bike’s End” - 2nd place winner of the collaborative story contest, 2013 Stanford Story Slam. My portion was the story idea, plot outline, and first 250 words.


Winning piece: "Aberration" by Cyn Bermudez "From the opening line of this story, the reader is captured by the protagonist's desire to escape the ordered life of El Mismo. A missing husband, mirrors and wings, a wise widow, and a mastery in the ways of showing people what they want to see, this story blends the real and the fantastic and creates a tone of controlled suspense" — Anita Dellaria, "Escape" judge, co-founder and editor of The Bird's Thumb.


"THE HOUSE ON AGATE STREET by @cyncbermudez —Charming and sad—Read more @VineLeavesLJ Issue #12 http://t.co/IPq5fg1Dqu #LitMag #Prose" — Vine Leaves Journal (@VineLeavesLJ)

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