Fiction

“A Nightmare Stay, I Wish I Could Give This Negative Stars” (VASTARIEN, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Spring 2021)

“Charon Taxi & Limo Corp.” The Modern Deity’s Guide to Surviving Humanity (Zombies Need Brains, Summer 2021)

“Shhhh. Shhhh. Shhhh.” 99 Tiny Terrors (Pulse Publishing, October 2021)

“The Half-Life of a Broken Heart,” Cast of Wonders: 2020 Staff Pick Edition (February 2021) | Read it now!

“Tag, You’re It,” Don’t Turn Out the Lights: A Tribute to Alvin Schwartz’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (HarperCollins, 2020)

“Let It Stand,” Lovecraft Mythos: New & Classic Collection (Flame Tree Publishing, 2020)

“The Half-Life of a Broken Heart,” Cast of Wonders (May 2020) | Read it now!

“The Words I Starved For,” Fireside Magazine (Issue 77, March 2020) | Read it now!

Praise for “The Words I Starved For”

“It’s powerful, and wrenching, and beautiful.”
Charles Payseur, Quick Sip Reviews

“Do Not Write to Wrong,” Community of Magic Pens (Atthis Arts, 2020)

The Half-Life of a Broken Heart,” Factor Four Magazine, June 2018 | Read it now!

When the Slipling Comes to Call,” PseudoPod, March 2018 | Read it now!

Praise for “When the Slipling Comes to Call”

“[A] wickedly entertaining and chilling horror story with the texture and richness of fairy-tales and folklore.”
Maria Haskins, author, translator, and B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog columnist
*Also included in Maria Haskins’ 2018 Recommended Reading List!

“Unholy wow is this story amazingly creepy and fantastic! It oozes dread and atmospheric horror and will make you not want to sleep (or look outside your door) for a long, long time. Loved it!”
Merc Fenn Wolfmoor, author and 2016 Nebula Award finalist

“A beautiful dark fantasy episode.”
Sideshow Toys, “10 Scary Podcasts To Freak You Out This Fall

“Business As Usual,” Metaphorosis 2017: The Complete Stories, July 2018

“Business As Usual,” Best Vegan Science Fiction & Fantasy of 2017, April 2018

Business As Usual,” Metaphorosis Magazine, January 2017 | Read it now!

Praise for “Business As Usual”

“A chilling story with some insightful social commentary on gυη* control in the USA.”
Rob Francis, SFF Reviews

*Using special characters here in an attempt to keep the wingdings away.