Here are a few pieces of fiction, if you've the taste for reading long documents on screen. (Or print them and read them at your relaxed-eye leisure.)

Unmarked Highway
A tale of 70s Vegas, with dark magic and bright money. Published in the Labletter magazine, January, 2010.

The Vial
Among the 40 winners of the Editor Unleashed Flash Fiction contest. Published, with all the other winners, as a free ebook download (available in PDF, Kindle, RTF and other formats) from this Smashwords site.
Published in July, 2009.

Winner of Lunch Hour Stories 2007 annual Short Story Contest, published in January, 2008.

Liam's Cave
Published by Lunch Hour Stories, January 2007.

Frog Princess
One of the winners of the Santa Cruz Good Times 111 words short story contest, January, 2003; Second Place, Writer Online Miniscule Fiction contest. I included another short-short that didn't make the cut.

Death Takes a Vacation
A splash of microfiction, among the 10 winners of the Good Times 202-word short-story contest of December, 2001; reprinted as a Storyhouse selection in 2002.

All That Glitters
Winner of the National Steinbeck Center's 1999 Short Story Contest.

Finalist for the Spring 2000 Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers.

Third-place winner of the 6th Chiaroscuro Short Story Contest, May 2000; published in the Porter Gulch Review (the 80-119 pages link), June 2001.

Right Where the Sun Don't Shine
Something of a lighter nature, to provide carbonation for readers of any of the above efforts.