Below is a list of short stories/short-shorts and the publications in which they appear.
Please contact the journal or magazine if you’d like to purchase a copy.

Stories & Publications:

“Grace,” in Are You A Robot? (Three Cousins Publishing anthology) (September, 2022)
“The Withering Place,”
in Ghostlight, A Magazine of Terror (Fall, 2016)
“The Twilit World,” in Pulp Metal Magazine (October 2, 2015)
“Nouveau and the Old Demon, 1874,”
in Locust Magazine (Vol. 3, No. 6, July, 2015)
“Open Wounds,” in Pulp Metal Magazine (January 10, 2015)
“Looking Glass,” in Gothic Blue Book IV:  The Folklore Edition (Burial Day Books anthology) (October, 2014)
“Pop. 2,”
 in Pulp Metal Magazine (January 25, 2014)
in The WiFiles (August 4, 2013)
“The Watcher,” 
in Danse Macabre (Issue 70, June, 2013)
“Taste of Montana,” 
in The Literary Hatchet (Issue 6, Spring, 2013)
 in Clones, Fairies, & Monsters in the Closet (Exter Press anthology) (Spring, 2013)
“Night Gardening,” in Danse Macabre (Issue 67, March, 2013)
“Tuesday, Wednesday,” in Danse Macabre (Issue 67, March, 2013)
“Flourisher Department Store,” in Rose Red Review (Issue 3, Winter, 2012)
“Bellevue,” in Gothic Blue Book:  The Revenge Edition (Burial Day Books anthology) (October, 2012)

“Savannah Ghost Tour,” in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature (August, 2012)
“Stray,” in Tales of Blood and Roses (Issue 3, Summer, 2012)
“The Closing of Gemini Decor, 1938,” in Wilde Oats (Issue 10, April, 2012)
“The Magic Box,” 
in Dark River Magazine (January, 2012)
“Ghost Ball,” in Trembles (Issue #4, November/December, 2011)
“Lake Fortitude,”
 in MicroHorror (October 25, 2011)
“Fragments of a Journal Salvaged from a Charred House in Germany, 1816,”
 in Blood Moon Rising Magazine
(Halloween Issue, October, 2011)
“The Gold Scalpel,” 
in State of Horror:  California (Rymfire eBooks anthology) (Fall, 2011)
“Crone,” in Nanoism (August 17, 2011)
“Grocery List,” in Long Live the New Flesh:  Year Two (The New Flesh anthology) (Summer, 2011)

“The Prince and the Woodcarver,”
 in Mary (Spring/Summer, 2011)
“The Chocolate Shop,”
in Burial Day Books (July 11, 2011)
“a summer haunting,”
in Schlock Magazine (The Exploration Issue, June, 2011)

“Lose Those Love Handles, 
in Pulp Metal Magazine (May 29, 2011)
“Time Off,”
in Yellow Mama (Issue #25, April, 2011)
“News on Frances Connelly,” in Wilde Oats (Issue 7, April, 2011)
“Half Off,” in Weirdyear (April 8, 2011)
“Debt, 1889,” in Sleet Magazine (Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2011)
“Tourist Trap,” in MicroHorror (March 28, 2011)
“Saint Lucia,” in Fiction at Work (March 2, 2011)
“Barista,” in Tainted Tea (Winter, 2011)
“A Woman Alone,” in Pulp Metal Magazine (December 4, 2010)
“Grocery List,” in The New Flesh (November 8, 2010)
“Souvenir,” in Danse Macabre (Issue XL, October, 2010)
“Two Poets,” in Glossolalia (September 8, 2010)
“Writings Found in Jenny Staven’s Apartment,” in FragLit (Issue 7, Fall, 2010)
“The Man in the Moat,” in MiCrow (Summer 2010)
“The Wild Country,” in Pulp Metal Magazine (July 20, 2010)
“Debutante,” in Tainted Tea (Spring, 2010)
“A Queer Scene,” in Six Sentences (May 1, 2010)
“Query,” in Nanoism (March 15, 2010)
“The Gallery,” in MicroHorror (March 15, 2010)
“How All Men Should Die, and How Some Men Do Die,” in Lady Jane’s Miscellany (Vol. 1, Issue 1, Spring, 2010)
“Bachelor Pad,” in Flashes in the Dark (February 16, 2010)
“Ghouls, 1939,” in Locust Magazine (Vol. 2, No. 9, January, 2010)
“No Mas Mi Amor, 1959,” in uglycousin (November 16, 2009)
“The Bloodline of Sissies,” in Fiction at Work (October 21, 2009)
“The Misfit,” in MicroHorror (October 19, 2009)
“Squares and Splashes: Two Chronologies of the Extraordinary Cherry Twins,” in Word Riot (August, 2009)
“Walls of Reading Gaol, 1895,” in Snow Monkey (Issue 19.08, Spring, 2009)
“Room 738,” in Tonopah Review (Vol. 4, Fall, 2008)
“Trauma,” in Boston Literary Magazine (Spring, 2008)
“The Librarian and Reinaldo Arenas,” in Eclectica Magazine (Vol. 11, No. 4, Fall, 2007)
“An Instance of Infection in Mexico City, 1963,” in Parva Sed Apta (Summer, 2007)
“The Unfortunates,” in The Raven Chronicles (Vol. 13, No. 1, Spring, 2007)
“Penetration,” in Feile-Festa (Spring, 2007)
“My Shadow and Me,” in SLAB (Issue 2, Spring, 2007)
“The Onanist,” in Swell (Winter 2006-2007)
“Break from Baghdad,” in The Raven Chronicles (Vol. 12, No. 2, Fall, 2006)
“Hello, Ms. Highsmith, 1964,” in Eclectica Magazine (Vol. 10, No. 4, Fall, 2006)
“Crop Growth,” in Eclectica Magazine (Vol. 10, No. 4, Fall, 2006)
“How Gretel Met the Cannibal,” in Eclectica Magazine (Vol. 10, No. 4, Fall, 2006)
“Just Three Words,” in Rivet Magazine (The Action Issue, Spring, 2006)
“The Price of One Acre,” in Las Cruces Poets and Writers Magazine (Vol. 3, Issue 3, Winter, 2006)
“The Walk,” in StringTown (Issue 8, Fall, 2005)
“Nisus & Euryalus, Part I: The Unsung,” in Las Cruces Poets and Writers Magazine (Vol. 2, Issue 6, Fall, 2005)
“Nisus & Euryalus, Part II: The Ferryman,” in Las Cruces Poets and Writers Magazine (Vol. 2, Issue 6, Fall, 2005)
“Needs,” in Las Cruces Poets and Writers Magazine (Vol. 2, Issue 4, Summer, 2005)
“Color Wheel,” in Las Cruces Poets and Writers Magazine (Vol. 2, Issue 4, Summer, 2005)
“The English Majors Will Have Their Day,” in The Raven Chronicles (Vol. 11, No. 2, Summer, 2004)
“Invertebrate,” in 3 A.M. Magazine (Summer, 2004)
“Rimbaud at 33, 1888,” in N.O.L.A. Spleen (Issue 3/4/5, Summer, 2004)
“Scars,” in Little Engines (Issue 3, Summer, 2002)
“One of These Days,” in The Raven Chronicles (Vol. 10, No. 1, Summer, 2001)
“Garden of Ashes,” in White Crane Journal (No. 48, Spring, 2001)
“Too Many Roads in the World,” in The Monocacy Valley Review (Vol. 16, Summer, 2000)


“Public Health,” in Wild Strawberries (2023)

“As he descended the tower’s spiraling stairwell, the prince glimpsed through windows all that he’d inherit: the village with its men who could rapidly fashion weapons for him and ladies who would gladly dance for him; the farmlands with their patches of corn, bulls, and barley; the forest with its weird creatures to be tamed or speared. Yet tonight the prince cared more about the mysterious man in the moat than his future as king.”

From “The Man in the Moat”