Short Fiction

All the Way Down – Daily Science Fiction, 12/20/18

Young Bones – Daily Science Fiction, 10/12/18

Everybody Knows Vampires Are Dead – 4/30/18

The Winter Princess – Daily Science Fiction, 4/25/16

High Enough – Daily Science Fiction, 11/12/15

Dear George, Love Margaret – Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly, 3/31/15

She Opened Her Arms – Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, 2/1/15

The Gate, My Beloved; My Story, Its Key – Daily Science Fiction, 12/2/14

Loving Armageddon – Crossed Genres, 7/2/14
Reprinted in Year’s Best Weird Fiction, vol. 2

Remembrance In Stone – Daily Science Fiction, 11/28/13

Mr. Terwilliger Confesses –, 12/05/12

Shimmer – Daily Science Fiction, 10/19/12

DriftReprinted in The Journal of Unlikely Entomology, 5/19/12
Originally printed in Shock Totem #3, 1/13/11

Dolly at the End of the World – Daily Science Fiction, 5/2/12

On the Sabbath Day Be Ye Cleansed – Redstone Science Fiction, 11/01/11

In Memoriam – Daily Science Fiction, 09/26/11

The Instructions – Daily Science Fiction, 5/23/11

The Peril of Stories – Enchanted Conversation, 4/27/11

Your Wicked Parts – Untied Shoelaces of the Mind, 2/1/11

Memories – Necrotic Tissue #13, 1/14/11

The neurology professor remembered what it was like to think. He recalled heartbeat and breath churning from the brain stem, stance and posture tickling the cerebellum. Then the stimuli would crawl up his spine to the cortex, wriggling into perception in the parietal lobe; reasoning would worm through his frontal lobe; words would chew through his temporal lobe to become speech. All those squirming neurons for a moment of thought.

The professor plucked a maggot from his rotting tongue and reinserted it into his ear. Yes, he was sure. In life, thinking must have been very similar to this.


Mentor – Anotherealm, 7/1/10

Bones in the Branches – Frightening Fables and Freaky Fairytales, 6/16/10

Eyes of Ripe Lemon – Everyday Genius, 2/25/10

Hierarchy – Dog Oil Press, 11/28/09
Hierarchy – Reprinted in Hazard Cat, 7/7/11

Squeak – The Town Drunk, 9/1/09

Lina’s Got the Look – Innsmouth Free Press, 8/24/09

Local Cellist Returns for Midsummer Concert – Innsmouth Free Press, 7/4/09


Not One of Us #47: The Living Dead
Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #57: Missed Connections > Pocket Universe
Retro Spec (Reprint: Bull Spec #8): Sparks Between Our Teeth
Kaleidotrope: The Unicorn
Grievous Angel: A Warning
Mirror Dance: Crown of Bells
Niteblade: A Fixer-Upper
Phobos #3: When I Am Eighty-Three
Enchanted Conversation: Song of Snow
Enchanted Conversation: The Witch of the Wolfwoods
Enchanted Conversation: Her Dark Materials
Goblin Fruit: A Shining Spindle Can Still Be Poisoned
Enchanted Conversation: Duck!
Tweet the Meat: Janey | Wit
Form.Reborn: Challenge
Outshine: Robots | Pioneer

Audio Reprints

Loving Armageddon – Recorded by Drabblecast, 2/23/2019

Dear George, Love Margaret – Recorded by Gallery of Curiosities, 02/06/2018

Questing for Princesses – Recorded by The Overcast, 06/01/15
Questing for Princesses – Recorded by Cast of Wonders, 05/01/16

Shimmer – Recorded by Cast of Wonders, 11/30/14

The House, the Garden, and Occupants – Recorded by Pseudopod, 6/6/14

Two Things – Recorded by Wily Writers, 4/6/14

The Instructions – Recorded by The Way of the Buffalo Podcast, 2/09/12

David is Six – Recorded by The Drabblecast, 12/5/11

Silk for Moisture, Mud for Shine – Recorded by The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine, 10/29/11

Your Wicked Parts – Recorded by Untied Shoelaces of the Mind, 7/30/11

Squeak – Recorded by The Way of the Buffalo Podcast, 2/10/11

A Shining Spindle Can Still Be Poisoned – Recorded for Goblin Fruit, 7/19/11


Outshine: Aliens | Grandma
Thaumatrope: various | #Vamp
Tweet the Meat: Scabrous | Lightup
50 to 1: Nightlight
Innsmouth Free Press: Tweet Cthulhu


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