Sleeping with the Monster (story collection), Lethe Press, coming Fall 2018. Preorder here.
“Weegee, Weegee, Tell Me Do,” Tales From a Talking Board, Word Horde, Oct. 2017. Preorder here.
“Surrender,” Songs My Exes Ruined, Zine Trilogy, Ladybox Books, TBA 2017.
“The Un-Bride, or No Gods and Marxists,” Eternal Frankenstein, edited by Ross E. Lockhart, Word Horde, 2016.
Grass, limited edition chapbook illustrated by Jeanne D’Angelo, Dim Shores, 2016.
“Window,” Borderlands 6, edited by Thomas F. Monteleone, Borderlands Press , 2016.
“A Girl and Her Dog,” Xynobis, Issue #2, Dunhams Manor Press, 2015.
“Old Tsah-Hov,” Cassilda’s Song, edited by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., Chaosium, 2015.
“The Prince of Lyghes,” Cthulhu Fhtagn!, edited by Ross Lockhart, Word Horde, August 2015.
“Sensoria,” Giallo Fantastique, edited by Ross Lockhart, Word Horde, May 2015.
“Resonator Superstar!” Resonator: New Lovecraftian Tales From Beyond, edited by Scott R. Jones, Martian Migraine Press, 2015.
“The Toe,” Feet, edited by Jordan Krall, Dynatox Ministries, 2014.
“Dolly Dearest,” with artist Holly Golightly, Nightmare Theatre, Chaos Comics.
“Still Life with Peckerwood,” with Philip Nutman, Gahan Wilson’s Ultimate Haunted House, Harper/Prism, and Cities of Night, ChiZine Press.
“The Devil’s March,” with Philip Nutman, Dark Destinies 3: Children of Dracula; White Wolf.
“Lizard Man,” GothicNet
“The H-Word: The Weird at the World’s End.” Nightmare Magazine, February 2017 (Issue 53).
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“Lost Weekend in Brighton: A Report on World Horror Convention 2010.” Strange Horizons, June 28, 2010.