Medea Naked on the Golden Fleece

Medea Naked on the Golden Fleece

Lit Up has published this week’s dialogue, Medea Naked on the Golden Fleece. Go give it a read.

Every week this year I’m writing a new piece for Dialogues: a Collection of Creative Conversations. Featured stories and links to published pieces are available at the  Medium series. I recommend zooming in or or out, or just going full screen on your computer if you get a “read on a larger screen” error. For a phone, download the Medium app.

Thanks again, Bookworms, for reading and supporting me as I write this short story collection. Every like and subscription here, clap on Medium, and follower on Twitter is validation that I’m not just writing for myself, but creating something others value as well.

Medea Naked on the Golden Fleece

Die Hoffnung (Hope 1), 1903 oil painting by Gustav KlimtDie Hoffnung (Hope 1), 1903 oil painting by Gustav Klimt / Source: Wikimedia Commons


Related links:
Web Series Content: a descriptive table of contents for Dialogues.
Read the first dialogue published outside the series: Tarnished Time.

Two Conversations with Four Voices

Two Conversations with Four Voices

I’ve written a new piece for my series. It’s a sort of literary puzzle. To find out more, simply keep following, as I’m actively seeking a publisher for this odd little conversation (or should I say conversations).

Read featured dialogues and links to available dialogues on Randal’s Medium seriesrestaurant patrons


In other news, I had a story come out yesterday in Spelk. If you missed the notification, please give it a read. It’s short microfiction intended to pack a punch.

A New Kind of Mother - A Flash Fiction Story by Randal Eldon Greene

You can always find all the online reads at the Read Randal Online section of my website. Thanks for being the best kind of bookworms there are: viciously voracious.

Tarnished Time is in The Creative Cafe

The Creative Cafe published Tarnished Time. I’m so happy to see this one available to read for free. It’s also a part of my dialogue collection. Happy reading!


Check out Tarnished Time in The Creative Cafe

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Tarnished Time

Tarnished Time

This week’s dialogue for my weekly fiction web series is Tarnished Time. It’s one of my favorites so far. Go ahead and check it out the series to see links and featured dialogues. A  descriptive list of all the stories can be found at this link.

UPDATE: Tarnished Time has also been published separately in The Creative Cafe. You can read it at this link:

From the story: All I do anymore is sit around remembering. . . I remember myself. Other people too. Places. Half-witted time. The kind that dances to the thoughts of other decades of one’s life. 

Tarnished Clock

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Relationships are tough. When things are rough, sometimes you just need to resort to a little therapy.

That’s right, another short-story-in-dialogue has been added to my list of completed pieces for my next book. Stay tuned the rest of the year as I continue to pen one out every week of 2018.


Read featured dialogues and links to available dialogues on Randal’s Medium series

Freud's SofaSigmund Freud’s talk therapy sofa. Source: Wikimedia Commons

A Lover’s Dwelling

a lover's dwelling

In matters of love, do you follow your heart or follow your brain?


I’ve written a new piece for my next planned book (tentatively titled Dialogues: a Collection of Creative Conversations). You can read featured dialogues and links to available dialogues on Randal’s Medium series. The option to follow as a series can be done for mobile users with the app. Update: you can now read on computers too.

brain vs heart

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