Publications

Here’s where I’ll be keeping you up to date on my fame and success. Below is a list of the publications I already have, in case you want to actually read my real stuff. I highly recommend it. It’s pretty damn great. I’ll be updating this list as needed, which will hopefully be a lot.

eBooks

“Its Boughs Are Broad, Its Leaves Are Green” is for sale on Kindle and nook.

Beware of Rabbit, is for sale on Kindle and nook.

The Colored Lens issue 1 is for sale on Kindle.

A Feast of Frights from the Horror Zineis for sale on Kindle.

Past Publications

“Shells” and “Leaving Home” appeared in HUMID, Volume One in 2009.

“Secret Truth,” “I Will Not Write You a Love Sonnet,” “Walking Home From Walmart at 10:00 p.m. With My Best Friend,” “Its Boughs are Broad, Its Leaves are Green,” and “Just a Chaperon” appeared in HUMID, Volume Two in 2010.

“Crickets,” “Golden Gate Bridge in the Fog,” “The Diagnosis,” and “The Nursery at Night” appeared in the June 2011 issue of The Horror Zine.

“The Heroics of Interior Design” appeared in the inaugural issue of The Colored Lens

“The Heroics of Interior Design” was produced as part of a podcast on The Drabblecast.

“Crickets,” “Golden Gate Bridge in the Fog” and “The Diagnosis” are included in A Feast of Frights from the Horror Zine.

“The Death of a Dalmatian Molly” and “Doctor’s Orders” appeared in Punchnel’s.

“Roaches, Sponges and Hamburger Grease” appeared in THEMA vol. 24, no. 3 in 2012.

“No One Can Afford Helium” appeared in the Winter 2012 Issue of Glassfire Magazine in 2012

“Blue and Yellow Lights” was a winner in the 2013 Piney Dark Horror Competition, and appeared in the 2013 Piney Dark Collection in October 2013.

“Minor Disasters” was published in Issue #8 of Fantasy Scroll Mag in August 2015.

Upcoming Publications

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