Mickey J. Corrigan

"Sam Spade redux!"

Read Mickey's new poetry here.

Read Mickey's recent flash fiction here.

Read Mickey's new short fiction here.

Read Mickey's wild rant in Thought Catalog here.

For a terrific review of Mickey's writing, take a listen here to Shelf Discovery.





Me Go Mango Cover

New from Champagne Books
October 18, 2021

Two novellas in one fun anthology: a group of college friends revisit their past, and a young woman gets a job that launches her into a very surprising future. Who doesn't want a chance to rewrite their past?

Me Go Mango: Erin Monahan reformed her bad girl ways, only to discover the good girl act can't save her marriage. Hiding out in a love hotel with a bottle of Two Buck Chuck, she calls for reinforcements. Her college friends organize a weekend reunion in small town Vermont.

Ellen has money from suspicious sources. Maggie seems perfect, but she's got a big dark secret. And Sandy's a mess—plus she's hiding something. When Ellen proposes the four of them go in on a business venture, a retreat for middle-aged bad girls, Erin thinks she's crazy.

Then Erin meets Roberto, a hot Cuban chef. Soon she decides she doesn't want the mango to end.

Dream Job: After Adrianna sleeps with her hunky boss, she has to face him every day at the office. She has to test the company's software with him in the office hot tub. She has to ignore the fact that she's fallen madly in love with him—but is her infatuation only a dream?

To make Adrianna's life in tropical Florida even more confusing, Davis, a geeky guy from her past, is stalking her—but only in the murky dream world they appear to share.

Something strange is happening to Adrianna. And it's making her wonder about her dreams. Could it be that dreams are the entryway to another world? A real world? A hyperreal world?





Project XX Cover

Salt Publishing
September 15, 2017

Girls just wanna have guns.

Males are almost always the perpetrators of mass shootings. But females are fully capable of shocking acts of violence and, in the US, military-style weapons are as easy to access as a new hairstyle.

Project XX is a biting satire of the American obsession with violent destruction in the midst of rampant materialism. The darkly humorous story of girls on a rampage will grip you by the throat and not let go until you gasp for breath on the last page.




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