In "To See or Be Seen," anxious wallflower Palmar wrestles with remaining in the background or coming from the comfort zone of the bar's back kitchen, to take a chance on love and living, Benadryl and all.

"The 'I' in Missing," takes melancholic Detective Daniel Bodhi to that magical place just beyond his line of sight as he searches for a missing couple on an afterlife sightseeing tour.

The dystopian world found in "Finally," takes the perspective of an oracle who gives readers comfort when they find themselves the outcast, alone at the end of the world.

To See or Be Seen: Beyond the Keyhole, a collection of three short stories that dabble in anxious drama, magical mystery, and dystopian conclusions.