Kenton K. Yee has placed poetry and fiction in The Los Angeles Review, Hobart, Strange Horizons (forthcoming), DOGZPLOT, A cappella Zoo, Cafe Irreal, PANK, Corium Magainze, Word Riot, elimae, Mud Luscious, Monkeybicycle, Every Day Fiction, Every Day Poets, Brain Harvest, Perihelion, Bartleby Snopes, Apollo's Lyre, Liquid Imaginations, and Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader, among others. Trained in theoretical physics, law, and economics, he researches finance and machine-learning and writes from San Francisco.
Marriage for Moonlighters (Monkeybicycle)
Goldilocks and the Three Point Five Bears (Corium Magazine)
Your Gedanken Collection (Hobart)
The Oldest Game in Town (Cafe Irreal)
Cosmological Expansion (DOGZPLOT)
Aurora's Sky (Every Day Fiction)
Shooting Stars (A cappella Zoo, Issue 11, Fall 2013)
(Reprint to appear in Palms166, a Stanford alumni anthology, 2017)
Losing His Voice (Word Riot)
Bot Gone, Ramifications (Perihelion)
(It's the second story on this "shorter stories" page).
Author interview at PANK Magazine
Try My Shank (performed by Matt Weller in Drabblecast 280 podcast)
The Roach Under Her Bed
The Los Angeles Review, volume 11, Spring 2012, pp 177-178
Brain Harvest, 21 August 2011
Anthologized in Uncle John's Bathroom Reader presents Flush Fiction: 88 Short-Short Stories You Can Read in a Single Sitting (Apr 2012, Bathroom Readers' Institute)
Allure (Word Riot)
Wholly Matrimony (with animation, Liquid Imaginations)
Teenage Housefly (Word Riot)
Daddy, Wake Up (Bartleby Snopes)
POEMS AND ONE SENTENCE STORIES
Self-Driven Taxi (Strange Horizons, to appear in 2017)
The Many Words Interpretation of Classical Mechanics (Every Day Poets)
As You Urinate (Partners in Rhyme: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry)
If a Black Hole Could (Every Day Poets)
Newtonian Gravitation (Every Day Poets)
One Convenience Store Clerk’s Contribution to Cable TV Ratings (Monkeybicycle)
Losing his Voice (Word Riot)
Inside a Restaurant Aquarium (Monkeybicycle)
Prehensile Tongue (Short, Fast, and Deadly)
“To omit a word always, to resort to inept metaphors and obvious periphrases, is perhaps the most emphatic way of stressing it.” -- Jorge Luis Borges in The Garden of Forking Paths
Emily Dickinson, Haruki Murakami, Lydia Davis, Marilynne Robinson, John Williams, Frank O'Hara, Rae Armantrout, John Ashbery, and Sylvia Plath, among numerous others
Thanks for commenting on "Not Enough Sin to Go Around," Kenton. re: "redacted." The speaker is thinking that sometimes a shaky present makes one want to reimagine the past.
kenton, thanks for reading and commenting on my piaon piece--
Appreciate the comment on "Shell of My Future Self," Kenton. Look forward to reading more of your work!
thanks for commenting on "in the nude", fellow ex-physicist!
Thanks, Kenton, for the comments on the oppressionist and how we made gravity about us!
Kenton thank you for reading my story Wreath and your lovely comment! Cheers! susan
And thank you for your kind comment on There's Going to be a Story at the End. You must be really busy between your demanding writing program and Fictionaut.
Kenton, thank you for your insightful comment on The Sneeze. I responded at the story site. I also enjoyed your story about poor Irreversible Dad.