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Bibliography

Short Stories

  1. “Wikihistory” first appeared online in Abyss & Apex #24 (Fourth Quarter 2007), archived here.  It was reprinted in The Best of Abyss & Apex Volume One, edited by Wendy S. Delmater (Hadley Rille Books, 2009), in Solid Gold: Anthology of the Very Best Short Fiction from Gold Dust Magazine, edited by David Gardiner (Merilang Press, 2009), and in Timelines: Stories Inspired by HG Wells’ The Time Machine, edited by JW Schnarr (Northern Frights Publishing, 2010).  It further appeared online at Tor.com on August 31, 2011, again at the Abyss & Apex website on May 27, 2012, and in the anthology Funny Science Fiction, edited by Alex Shvartsman (UFO Publishing, 2015).  An audio adaptation appeared in The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine #177 (December 15, 2015).
  2. “Offerings” appeared in Shroud #4 (Fall 2008).
  3. “Called” appeared online in the now-defunct AlienSkin Vol. VII No. 4, February/March 2009.  It further appeared online in the now-defunct Golden Visions Magazine (October 2010).  It appeared online once again at the Digital Fiction Publishing website as part of that site’s “Quickfic” feature on September 9, 2016.
  4. “On a Clear Day You Can See All the Way to Conspiracy” first appeared online at SFReader in March 2009.  An audio adaptation was podcast on Escape Pod #284 (March 17, 2011), in conjunction with which the story was reprinted in the PDF magazine The Soundproof Escape Pod #6 (April 2011).  A second audio adaptation was podcast on The Drabblecast #340 (October 5, 2014).  It further appeared online at the Digital Fiction Publishing website as part of that site’s “Quickfic” feature on July 3, 2016.  It was reprinted in Quickfic Anthology 2: Shorter-Short Speculative Fiction (Digital Fiction Publishing, 2016).
  5. “Pushing the Envelope” appeared in the out-of-print anthology Return of the Raven, edited by Maria Grazia Cavicchioli (Horror Bound Publications, 2009).
  6. “Good Friends and Good Family” appeared in the now-defunct PDF periodical Whispering Spirits Digital Magazine (November 2009).
  7. “A Good Boy” appeared in the now-defunct PDF magazine Alternative Coordinates.  It was reprinted in the out-of-print digital anthology 31 Days of Halloween Horror, edited by Michael A. Barnette (Shadowfire Press, 2010).
  8. “New Archangel” appeared in Shroud #7 (Autumn 2009) .  It was reprinted in the out of print anthology Candle in the Attic Window, edited by Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Paula R. Stiles (Innsmouth Free Press, 2011).
  9. “Strung Out in Alientown” appeared in The Drabbler #15 (November 2009).
  10. “The Black Sheep of Vaerlosi” appeared online in Abyss & Apex #34 (Second Quarter 2010), archived here.
  11. “The Elephant in the Marble” first appeared in the out-of-print anthology Night Terrors, edited by Theresa Dillon (Blood Bound Books, 2010).  It was reprinted in Primeval #2 (2014).
  12. “Same-Day Delivery” first appeared in the PDF magazine On the Premises #11 (July 2010), also available in a web version.  An audio adaptation was podcast on Cast of Wonders #15 (October 28, 2011).  It appeared online at the Digital Fiction Publishing website as part of that site’s “Quickfic” feature on August 9, 2016.
  13. “A Hot Time in the Old Town” appeared online at Short-story.me (July 11, 2010).
  14. “Assumption” appeared in the PDF magazine OG’s Speculative Fiction #25 (July 2010).
  15. “You Never Know What You’re Gonna Get” appeared in The Drabbler #17 (October 2010).
  16. “Wrestling with Alienation” first appeared in the PDF magazine Redstone Science Fiction #6 (November 2010).  It was reprinted in Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Presents Flush Fiction (Bathroom Readers’ Institute, 2012).
  17. “Fields” appeared in Terminal Earth, edited by Neil Thomas and Michael Stewart (Pound Lit Press, 2010).
  18. “The Van on Atlantic Street” appeared in Stanley the Whale #1 (2010).
  19. “Epinikion” first appeared online at Daily Science Fiction (March 4, 2011), in conjunction with which the story was reprinted in the Kindle magazine Daily Science Fiction (March 2011).  It was reprinted in Not Just Rockets and Robots: Daily Science Fiction Year One, edited by Michele-Lee Barasso and Jonathan Laden (Daily Science Fiction, 2012).
  20. “The Most Precious of Treasures” appeared in Shelter of Daylight #5 (Spring 2011).  A two-part audio adaptation was podcast on Cast of Wonders #34 (April 13, 2012) and #35 (April 20, 2012).
  21. “Cosmetic Procedures” appeared in It Came from Her Purse, edited by Karen L. Newman and Georgia Middleton (Sam’s Dot Publishing, 2011).  A Kindle edition is also available.  An audio adaptation was podcast on Cast of Wonders #69 (March 1, 2013).  It appeared online at the Digital Fiction Publishing website as part of that site’s “Quickfic” feature on December 16, 2016.
  22. “Ezekiel” appeared in Triangulation: Last Contact, edited by Steve Ramey and Jamie Lackey (Parsec Ink, 2011.)
  23. “Habemus Papam” appeared in Night Terrors II, edited by Theresa Dillon and Marc Ciccarone (Blood Bound Books, 2012).  It further appeared online at the Digital Fiction Publishing website as part of that site’s “Quickfic” feature on March 20, 2016.  It was reprinted in Quickfic Anthology 1: Shorter-Short Speculative Fiction (Digital Fiction Publishing, 2016).
  24. “Sirens” appeared in Love and Darker Passions, edited by Alexis Brooks de Vita and Lee Barwood (Double Dragon Publishing, 2012).  A Kindle edition is also available.
  25. “The Blue Celeb” appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (January/February 2013); a Kindle edition is still available.  A two-part audio adaptation was podcast on The Drabblecast #313 (February 24, 2014) and #314 (March 1, 2014).
  26. “The Final One Percent” appeared in Blood Rites, edited by Marc Ciccarone (Blood Bound Books, 2013).  It was reprinted in Supernatural Horror Short Stories, edited by Laura Bulbeck (Flame Tree Press, 2017).
  27. “One Thing Leads to Your Mother” appeared in Unidentified Funny Objects 2, edited by Alex Shvartsman (UFO Publishing, 2013).  An audio adaptation was podcast on Cast of Wonders #245 (April 26, 2017).
  28. “Flame” appeared online at SFReader in April 2014.
  29. “To the Heart of the City” appeared online in Kaleidotrope, Summer 2014.
  30. “The Only Game in Town” made its debut in audio form and was podcast on The Drabblecast #337 (September 4, 2014).
  31. “Irresistible Forces” appeared in the anthology Coven: Masterful Tales of Fantasy, edited by Andi O’Connor (Purple Sun Press, 2015).  Forthcoming audio adaptation on Far-Fetched Fables.
  32. “The Dilettante and Leonard” appeared online at SFReader in February 2016.
  33. “You Can Not Have a Meaningful Campaign if Strict Time Records Are Not Kept” appeared in the anthology Keystone Chronicles, edited by Juliana Rew (Third Flatiron Publishing, 2016).  It appeared online at the Digital Fiction Publishing website as part of that site’s “Quickfic” feature on April 28, 2017.
  34. “I Only Time-Travel During School Hours” appeared in the anthology Chappy Fiction’s Time Travel Tales, edited by Zach Chapman (Chappy Fiction, 2016).
  35. “Scorn Not the Least” is forthcoming in Kaleidotrope.

Essays

  1. A brief untitled essay on the short story “That Only a Mother” by Judith Merril appeared in Deep Cuts, edited by Angel Leigh McCoy, E. S. Magill, and Chris Marrs.
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