Publications

In addition to the writing I have posted online, you can find my stories in the following publications:

Unconventional Love –  romantic tales of fandom, geekery, and dairy. My short story “Waterwoman Can’t” explores what, exactly, the actress who once played the amazing superhero Waterwoman can and can’t do – and what she’ll do with her new boy hostage.

Do You Feel What I Feel –  a heartwarming collection of holiday-themed short stories.  My story “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” explores the things we do and don’t tell our families, and all the stresses of having secrets during the holidays.

Bloodlines – 16 Journeys on the Dark Streets of Urban Fantasy.  My rust belt noir story “Heartblood of the City” shows a monster in the heart of the city, and the humans fighting her, one way or another.

What Follows – How would an Immortal deal with the End Times?  The titular “Monster Godmother” of my story is reviled by the people she has protected in the past. How does she deal?

No Place For Us – They say love is for better or for worse, but what about when the worst has already occurred? Even in an apocalypse, you can find yourself hungry for “Company.”

Shifting Hearts – It is said that the eyes are the windows to the soul, but what if the soul that looks back isn’t as human as you first thought?  Sometimes having an animal soul and a human body makes the lines hard to see.  Sometimes we’re just “Crossing the Line.”

EMG-Zine, April 2012 – Plants – The planet was uninhabited.  But that just meant that their “Xenonegoation” was stranger than normal.

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