Published by Spelk Fiction on Friday 31st January 2020, View from the Cab is a personal story about the devastating impact of suicide.
A man's woes can only be compounded by the desires and needs of a woman. Only Paper was published online by Dead Guns Press in September 2015.
What do a bag of coke, an unrelenting criminal and a tough detective have in common? Food Chain was published online by Dead Guns Press in December 2015.
This short piece of crime fiction, Cry Me a River, was published online at Yellow Mama/Black Petals on Valentine's Day - February 14th - 2016. Don't expect red roses and candlelight dinners: told from a female's perspective, it's about how you really can love someone to death. Now archived online, it was recently rewritten and updated as Drown your Sorrows and is one of the thirty-five stories in Mooney's debut collection.
Things get personal for a professional assassin in What Goes Around, published in Open Pen's One-Off-Zine in March 2016.
Poster Boy, a piece of creative non-fiction that stemmed from the first great sadness of Mooney's life, was published online on Saturday 6th June 2020.
Lucille Goes Dating, a piece of creative non-fiction about heartbreak and the grief of separation, was published online on Thursday 16th September 2021.
Christ Let Me Borrow His Car was published online, in the lit mag's fourth issue, on Saturday 18th September 2021.
I've got a couple of things in the inaugural issue of Purple Unicorn Media 's Infinity Wanderers print magazine, published on 20th April 2022. First, an author interview. Second, a reprint of Mr Capone Was Our Milkman, which was first published by Truffle Lit Mag in June 2020.