About Fred Senese

FRED SENESE is a former NASA researcher who teaches chemistry at a small university in rural Appalachia. He is the author of four books (including Wiley & Son’s best-selling Chemistry: Matter and its Changes, which has been translated into Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese). His most recent book is "Symbolic Mathematics for Chemists: A Guide for Maxima Users." Fred has also published dozens of award-winning short stories. His website General Chemistry Online has been cited by the San Francisco Chronicle, Scientific American, and the American Library Association. You can find him at: • http://fredsenese.com • @fsenese on Twitter • facebook.com/fredsenesewrites • amazon.com/author/fredsenese

July 2015

 
Dandelion

Dandelion

I buried you in the backyard. Next to the pond that used to be.

Appeared in  Zetetic Record‘s October 2015 speculative fiction issue.

 
Monkey Steals the Peaches

Monkey Steals the Peaches

Oh, they prepared. They put some thought into this. But it’s not going down like they planned.
–Gaston Bachelard

Appeared in The Molotov Cocktail’s ‘s Prize Winner’s Anthology (print, 9/1/15) and July issue (online, 7/15/15).

 
A Gift is a Gift

A Gift is a Gift

She’s being eaten alive.

Appeared inSaturday Night Reader‘s Summer 2015 issue (print, 7/1/15) and August issue (online, 8/19/15).

 
By Any Other Name

By Any Other Name

Clara doesn’t live here anymore.

Appeared in  The Fable (online, 7/1/15); first place in the Scribophile Psychology Group’s June Flash competition.

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