Here are links or citations to my published fiction. I hope you enjoy!
“Open Country: an allegory” ~ About Place Journal. Volume II, Issue I, May 2013
“The Lonely Road” ~ Penduline Press. March 15, 2013
“Pandora’s Tackle Box” ~ Harnessing Fire: A Hephaestus Devotional by Neos Alexandria. Forthcoming.
“Time Heals All” ~ Temporal Element Anthology published by Martinus Publishing.
“The Infinite Regression of Jerry C” ~ Danse Macabre du Jour – October 16, 2012
“Concerning Craft” ~ Little Patuxent Review. A short essay about the writing of “The Respite Room,” April 5, 2012. There is a link to an online version of the story there.
“The Respite Room” ~ Little Patuxent Review, January 2012 Social Justice issue. (Let me know if that link no longer works.)
“Velvet Elvis” ~ Bartleby Snopes, December 2011 issue ~ an Editor’s Choice winner. Nominated for the Million Writers Award in 2012.
“Not Close” ~ The Adroit Journal, Fall 2011 issue
“Diaspora” ~ Crossed Genres Magazine, Issue 24, November 2010 issue
“Unfinished Business” ~ Midwest Literary Magazine, August 2010 issue (go to page 60)
“Rebecca finds her way” ~ Mirror Dance Magazine, December 2009 issue
“Moron Saturday” ~ Danse Macabre Magazine – Commedia Issue, Fall 2009 ~ This issues has been archived, so the story is now available here on the blog in the links.
“The Manuscript” ~ Mirror Dance Magazine, June 2009 issue
“Night Train to Kisumu” ~ Wanderings Magazine, March 2009 issue. This issue has been archived, so the story is now available here on the blog in the links.
“The Lively Arts in Kansas City!” ~ Present Magazine, January 7, 2008. This ezine has retired from the business, so my story is now available here on the blog in the links.
“Race to the Summit” ~ Beacons of Tomorrow, second collection. Since this was a print publication, I’ve reproduced the story here on the blog in the links.
First Place in the Young Adult Category for my unpublished novel All The Breaks – Pike’s Peak Writers Conference 1993
“The Mythmaker” ~ The Platte Valley Review, Spring 1990. Since this was a print publication, in the days before there even was much of an internet, I’ve reproduced the story here on the blog in the links.